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  1. Zular

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    Confirmation definition is - an act or process of confirming: such as. How to use confirmation in a sentence.
  2. Voodoozshura

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    Confirmation definition, the act of confirming. See more.
  3. Kaganos

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    Define confirmation. confirmation synonyms, confirmation pronunciation, confirmation translation, English dictionary definition of confirmation. verification: receive an e-mail confirmation for an order placed online; a religious rite or ceremony: Her whole family attended her confirmation.
  4. Yojinn

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    Jan 13,  · Confirmation is regarded as the perfection of baptism, because, as the introduction to the Rite of Confirmation states: 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.
  5. Zulkill

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    While Confirmation is a distinct and complete sacrament in its own right, its purpose is to perfect in us that which was begun in Baptism. We might say—in a sense—that we are baptized in order to be confirmed. Growing beyond a self-centered spirituality.
  6. Tejin

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    The Confirmation name is spoken, and the bishop puts Chrism Oil on the person’s forehead, says his name aloud, and then says, “Be sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit.” The person responds, “Amen.” The bishop then says, “Peace be with you.” And the person responds, “And .
  7. Vudorisar

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    Confirmation, Christian rite by which admission to the church, established previously in infant baptism, is said to be confirmed (or strengthened and established in faith). It is considered a sacrament in Roman Catholic and Anglican churches and is equivalent to chrismation in Eastern Christianity.

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