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Sacraments > Confirmation

While Baptism is the gateway into the Catholic faith, the Sacrament of Confirmation affirms your commitment to your faith and renews your baptismal promises before your First Holy Communion. You do this with the help of a sponsor. Your sponsor is someone who you choose - a Catholic who guides you into the faith and readies you to receive the gifts of the Holy Spirit. It is typical for baptised children to be confirmed at about seven or eight years old, which the Church considers the age of reason. In this way, the sacrament is often likened to a rite of passage.

The timing of First Holy Communion and Confirmation has changed in recent years, so if you’re over 30 years old, you might have done it differently. The current order of the Sacraments of Initiation reflects the intended purpose from ancient times, which always was to renew your baptismal promise before First Holy Communion.

Ceremony and preparation dates:

All Preparation dates - following the 8:30am Mass :

  • 28 APRIL 2024
  • 05 MAY 2024
  • 19 MAY 2024
  • 26 MAY 2024
  • 02 JUNE 2024

Confirmation Ceremony will be on 6th June 2024 6PM

Please download and complete the Confirmation enrolment form (PDF) and then send via email the scanned copy to [email protected] together with the following documents:
1. Birth certificate copy of the child
2. Baptism certificate copy of the child

Or you can use the online form here.

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You can settle the minimal confirmation fee of $50 per child via the payment gateway BPOINT safe and secure once you have submitted all the requirements.

St Brigid's Catholic Parish Nerang

Archbishop: Most Rev Mark Coleridge BA DSS

Administrator: Rev Albert Wasniowski OSPPE

Parish office address:
39-49 McLaren Road
Nerang QLD 4211

Office hours: Monday 9AM-12Noon / Tuesday 1.30PM-3.30PM  /  Friday 9AM-3.30PM

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