Sacrament of Confirmation

confirmationConfirmation is the sacrament that completes the grace we receive in Baptism. It seals, or confirms, this grace through the seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit that we receive as part of Confirmation. This sacrament also makes us better able to participate in the worship and apostolic life of the church. Like Baptism, Confirmation is received only once in a person’s life.

The Sacraments of Initiation solemnly mark the entrance of an individual into the adult Catholic Christian community. This initiation signifies that the person has died to sin and is reborn in Christ. Through Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist, one becomes a full member of the Body of Christ, the Church.

 Confirmation for Young People

February 9, 2017

We offer the Sacrament of Confirmation for our 8th Grade students.

The journey begins in the Spring of the 7th Grade Year.

St. Albert the Great School eighth graders and our PREP 8th grade class prepare for the sacrament of confirmation using the “Chosen” textbook, the video based “Chosen” curriculum and our sacramental preparation program of components and faith experiences. For more information or to register for Confirmation for youth from grades 8-12, contact Cindy McKinley: email – or 502-425-3940 ext. 105

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Confirmation Forms

Adult Confirmation


Non-Catholic adults are prepared for confirmation through a process called the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA). This process invites participants to pray, examine Catholic beliefs, and to begin to experience Gods love through the Catholic community. The process moves through several stages and culminates with the participant celebrating full communion with the Church at Easter.


Catholic adults who have not celebrated confirmation are prepared through a six week regional process offered each Spring and Fall. For more information, please contact Dawn Della Bella at 423-1590 x 108.