The parish Adult Confirmation Coordinator should provide formation in the following 4 pillars of the Catechism of the Catholic Church in the formation: 1. Profession of Faith (Creed) 2. Baptized Catholic adults who have celebrated First Holy Communion but lack the Sacrament of Confirmation, and who do not have any other impediments to receiving the Sacraments (such as irregular marriage/need for annulment).
Oct 21, · The Adult Confirmation process is a fun interactive opportunity for Catholics who have not had the opportunity to receive the sacrament of Confirmation to complete . The Archdiocesan Adult Confirmation Program is designed for practicing adult (18+) Catholics seeking the sacrament of Confirmation, who have been baptized, have received their first Holy Communion, and have been educated in the Catholic faith through Catholic Schools or Catholic .
Catholic adults who are active in the practice of their faith but who, for whatever reason, have never has received the most holy sacrament of the Eucharist and leads a life of faith consistent with the teachings of the Catholic Church. “To receive Confirmation one must be in a state of grace. One should receive the sacrament of penance.