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You will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you;

and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all of Judea and Samaria,

and to the ends of the earth.”

Acts 1:8

What is Confirmation?

Confirmation is the Sacrament by which Catholics receive a special outpouring of the Holy Spirit.


"Confirmation brings an increase and deepening of baptismal grace:

- it roots us more deeply in the divine filiation

- it unites us more firmly to Christ

- it increases the gifts of the Holy Spirit in us

- it renders our bond with the Church more perfect

- it gives us a special strength of the Holy Spirit to spread and defend the faith"

Catechism of the Catholic Church 1303

Details on Requirements

  • Baptismal Certificate

  • Confirmation Registration

  • The Candidate must attend the five (5)       in- person Confirmation Classes.

  • The Candidate must attend the Confirmation retreat on April 21-22 at John's Cathedral.

  • Candidates must watch five (5) Chosen videos at home. 

  • Candidates must write a Letter to the Bishop.

Cost: $95 ($45 for the class and $50 for the retreat) 

Class Schedule:

January 29: Parent/Candidate Information Meeting 

April 2: Class #1 (Candidates only) 

April 9: Class #2 - (Candidates only) 

April 21-22: Retreat

April 30: Class #3 (Candidates only)

May 7: Class #4 (Sponsor and Candidate) 

Class #5 and Rehearsal day/time: TBD

Confirmation Mass with Bishop Peter in the Cathedral (7pm)  - TBD 

Followed by a short reception

Classes will meet in the parish hall. 

The Confirmation retreat

Dates: April 21-22 (Fri. - Sat.) 

Location: St. John's Cathedral

Times: Friday: 6:30-10 pm (dinner NOT included) 

Saturday: 10 am-10  (lunch & dinner included) 

This retreat will take place at St. John's. Teens will go home to sleep on Friday night and then return back the next morning at 10am. 


During this powerful retreat, the candidates will engage in fun games and team-building activities. They will listen to impactful testimonies and talks, participate in meaningful small group discussions and experience powerful moments in prayer.