Adult Confirmation Requirements In order to ensure the valid reception of the Sacrament of Confirmation, we are responsible to investigate and help individuals resolve any possible situations that would cause them to be ineligible. The term “Adult Confirmation” as used in this document refers to Roman Catholics who have been baptized, have celebrated their first Communion and are seeking to celebrate their confirmation at an age later than the usual age for confirmation in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee (age ).File Size: 50KB.
Oct 21, · About Adult Confirmation The Adult Confirmation process is a fun interactive opportunity for Catholics who have not had the opportunity to receive the sacrament of Confirmation to complete their full initiation into the Catholic Church. The adult candidate for the Sacrament of Confirmation should be at least 18 years of age, no longer a student in high school, baptized Catholic, received first Eucharist and actively practicing their faith.
Adult Confirmation. Baptism, Eucharist and Confirmation together constitute the sacraments of Christian initiation. The Catechism of the Catholic Church states that, “Preparation for Confirmation should aim at leading the Christian toward more intimate union with Christ and a more lively familiarity with the Holy Spirit- his actions, his. Preparation for the celebration of the sacrament of Confirmation for adults involves presenting a current record of your baptism (dated within the last 3 months) and choosing an eligible sponsor, completion of the required paperwork and interview, and participation in the required .