The Sacrament of Confirmation is an opportunity for Catholics who were baptized as infants or in early childhood to "confirm" their faith on their own. Confirmation is a sacrament that cannot be repeated, so it should not be entered into without mature reflection.
Our preparation for the sacrament is in two sections: high school age and adults. Adults, click on RCIA for further information.
For students not enrolled in a Catholic high school, three years of classroom preparation takes place on Sundays from 9:00 - 10:15 in the school.
For students enrolled in a Catholic high school, submit a copy of your report card to the Director of Religious Education after every marking period. Grades, other than the one for religion class, may be blacked out.
For ALL students, you must attend three workshops during your second or third years of preparation of the following topics: Faith and Science, Catholic Sexual Morality, Justice and Peace from a Catholic Perspective. You must also attend immediate preparation sessions on Monday evenings for the final three months before the administration of the sacrament. You must attend a Candidate/Sponsor meeting and a retreat.