Baptism, the Eucharist, and the sacrament of Confirmation together constitute the "sacraments of Christian initiation, whose unity must be safeguarded. It must be explained to the faithful that the reception of the sacrament of Confirmation is necessary for the completion of baptismal grace.

Catechism of the Catholic Church 1285

Requirements to be a Sponsor

Virtual Confirmation Meeting 11.22.2020

Living Christianity through the Sacraments by Mr. Joachim Ferk

Witness Testimony by Mrs. Chris Heiderscheidt

Overview of the Sacraments by Fr. Mark Steffl

Confession is Awesome by Mr. Keith Nester

Confession by Fr. Mark Steffl

Eucharistic Miracles by Mr. Ray Grijalba

The Real Presence by Mr. Dan Davis

Adoration by Fr. Mark Steffl

Other Resources by Mrs. Chris Heiderscheidt

Virtual Confirmation Meeting 12.13.2020

Introduction to Divine Mercy Chaplet - Mr. Davis gives a short intro to the Divine Mercy Chaplet

Sung Divine Mercy Chaplet - the opening prayer for this meeting

Logistics and Due Dates - Mr. Davis gives some logistics and due dates

Introduction - Mr. Ferk gives an introduction to the meeting

Bishop Barron on the Rich Young Man - Bishop Barron gives an analysis on the Parable of the Rich Young Man.  I have also attached a study guide to be looked at after watching this video.

Spiritual but not Religious - Keith Nester briefly talks about the concept of being "spiritual but not religious" that many people fall into.

Freedom and Morality - Fr. Steffl talks about freedom and how it fits into the Catholic moral life

The Commandments and Beatitudes - Fr. Steffl speaks about the 10 Commandments and the 8 Beatitudes

Witness Testimony by Mr. Kevin Currans

Virtual Confirmation Meeting 1.17.2021

Gifts of the Holy Spirit

Fruits of the Holy Spirit

Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit Worksheet