The Bishop would like all Candidates to watch this video before they are confirmed.
It is recommended that before a Candidate receive the Sacrament of Confirmation that he/she go to the Sacrament of Confession. We recommend that the parents of the Candidate go as well during this time, especially if it has been a while. If it has been a while HERE is a handy guide to help you along.
If you are in public school please let Ashley know when you have gone to confession.
3 WAYS TO GO TO CONFESSION
1) Every Saturday from 8:30am-9:30am at COK
2) Make an appointment with Fr. Spencer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
3) Special Confirmation Confession Night: TBA
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4) Go to masstimes.org to see other churches in the areas confession times
It is highly suggested that the confirmation candidate, the family of the candidate,
the candidate's sponsor, & whoever else you want to join in prayer for this novena.
This Year's Novena will run: TBA.
What is a Novena?
The idea of a ‘novena’ - nine days of prayer began with the time period between Jesus’ Ascension and Pentecost. In that time, the disciples were in hiding out of fear, trying to figure out what to do next, but also gathered in prayer. The coming of the Holy Spirit on the tenth day, as the Lord had promised, answered their questions. Filled with the power of the Spirit and given its gifts, they began to witness to the Lord’s death and resurrection far and near. CLICK HERE FOR THE CONFIRMATION NOVENA
Confirmation Mass Reminders Questions the Bishop May Ask You
- Why are you requesting the Sacrament of Confirmation?
- Why did you choose your Confirmation Saint Name?
- What are the Gifts of the Holy Spirit?
Boys = dress shirt & tie, dress slacks, blazer or sweater, suit & dress shoes
Girls = blouse & slacks or skirt, dress & dress shoes
Keep in mind nothing too tight, short, low cut,
strapless, thin-strapped tops, or miniskirts.
No particular color needs to be worn.
However, it seems to be a Charleston Tradition to wear white for some families.