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Unit 16/Connection

Why do we take a saint’s name at Confirmation?

Whoever you picked to be your Confirmation saint, that saint is now an advocate and intercessor for you!

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Signed, sealed, and confirmed

Proclamation

Historically, proving the authenticity of a message or messenger posed a challenge. So humans came up with a creative idea — a seal to protect the contents of important documents…

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What happens at Confirmation?

Explanation

The Sacrament of Confirmation seals us with the Holy Spirit and connects us more deeply to Christ, and the Church, and her mission.

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