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Orientation for family formation

 ( Catechism)

 May 18 /19 2022 Orientation for new students  2022/2023 year. Come join us at St. Benedict Church at 6pm to learn about the program and how to enroll your child.

Orientation del programs formacion

 (Catecismo)

 Les invitamos que vengan a informarse y conozcan sobre nuestro program  18/19 de Mayo 6pm Iglesias de San Benito 2022/2023 Año

Confirmation Orientation

New students 2022/2023 year. May 26,2022 6pm St Benedict Church. Bring your student to learn about the requirements for Confirmation.

Confirmacion Orientacion

Para estudiantes nuevos año 2022/2023 Mayo 26,2022 Iglesia de San Benito 6pm. Padres traigan a su estudiante para que se informe de los requisitos del programa de confirmacion.

 

 

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Full Christian Initiation

All school age youth (between the ages of 7 and 17) that have not been baptized and wish to become Catholic undergo an intense catechetical and faith formation process. This process can take 2 years or more to prepare a child for baptism, depending on the child and their family. Children & youths meet for regular catechesis in regular catechism classes. Additionally, faith formation groups (meeting in conjunction with the Sunday liturgy) meet for scripture study and mass. This intense process will prepare the child/youth for full initiation into the Catholic Church receiving the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and First Eucharist.

TEEN CONFIRMATION

Sacred Heart / St. Benedict Catholic Community Teen Confirmation Process is provided for baptized teens (who have received the sacraments of First Eucharist and Reconciliation) in grades 9-12 to make preparations in their journey of faith to complete their Catholic Christian initiation by receiving the sacrament of Confirmation.

By choosing to receive the sacrament of Confirmation teens are saying to the community, “YES, I am ready to walk on my own in my faith journey!” It is a time when teens will put into practice Jesus’ teachings. It is a time when teens will be proud to be a Catholic Christian and set an example for others to witness.

We understand that many teens are not sure about their faith or about receiving this sacrament. As parents and educators ourselves we know that being confirmed is a decision that the teens must ultimately make themselves however, it is all of our responsibility to share our faith with them so they will hear God speaking to them and make the choice to follow Him.

We at Sacred Heart / St. Benedict have a dedicated team of both adults and confirmed teens, who have gone through this process and now want to share their faith with the teens of our parish so they will be able to make that choice when their time comes.

The Sacred Heart / St. Benedict confirmation process is an intensive two-year faith formation process involving faith sharing, catechesis, community service, liturgical participation, and prayerful retreats. Parents and sponsors are an integral part of this process and are also involved every step of the way.

We welcome every teen (and their parents) to come and discover what God has in store for them.

By the sacrament of Confirmation, (the baptized) are more perfectly bound to the church and are enriched with a special strength of the Holy Spirit. Hence they are, as true witnesses of Christ, more strictly obliged to spread and defend the faith by word and deed.”

 

Catechism of the Catholic Church – no. 1286

Confirmation Process Requirements

Teens must be in grades 9-12, have been baptized, and have received the sacraments of First Eucharist and Reconciliation. Proof of Baptism and First Eucharist is required prior to Confirmation.


Teens must have a sponsor who is a confirmed catholic.

 
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