Confirmation is a sacrament of initiation which completes baptism through sealing in the Holy Spirit and anoints the recipient as priest, prophet, and king.
Who can receive Confirmation?
In the Catholic Church, anyone that has been baptized properly can and should be confirmed.
What is Catholic Confirmation?
Confirmation is a Sacrament in the Catholic Church in which the one who is confirmed (confirmandi) receives the gifts of the Holy Spirit through the imposition of hand and anointing with oils by the bishop. It’s considered a sacrament of initiation which means that it brings you deeper into communion with the Church.
Who administers Confirmation?
Bishops are the original ministers of Confirmation along with other Catholic sacraments (Lumen Gentium 26).
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