SACRAMENTAL FREQUENTLY ASKED
As Confirmation is deeply connected with Baptism,
it is highly appropriate for a childís Godparent to be the
sponsor. The sponsor
needs to be Catholic and
able to pray the Creed and Renewal of Baptismal Promises
The sponsorís name is entered into the Parish
The Rite of Confirmation makes no mention of the
Confirmation name however there is increasing support for the view
that it is best to keep our Baptismal name.
However, if a child has found inspiration in the Saintly
life of a particular person, they can choose to take that personís
name for their confirmation name.
This is a formal occasion.
Please dress accordingly.
Please note that thongs, jeans, football jerseys/shirts and
bare midriffs are inappropriate dress for this special occasion.
Is only available at weekend Mass times.
An official photographer attends all Sacramental
Father Ron does not permit the taking of private
photographs or video recording during the Sacramental Masses.
PLEASE RESPECT THIS REQUEST.
Please pass this request onto other members of
$50 administration fee per candidate to cover the
costs of photocopying, booklet, stationery, medals, flowers,
certificates and printing. This fee will be able to be paid online
when you enrol your child.
Seating will be allocated for candidate, parents,
siblings and sponsor at Confirmation only.
Additional seating for additional family and friends may be
extremely limited and will depend on total candidate numbers at
Additional unallocated seating will be available for additional
family and friends at First Holy Communion ceremonies.
Who do I Contact if I have any Queries
The Sacramental and Pastoral Coordinator at All Saints Parish Ė Ms
Anne Frawley-Mangan should be your first point of contact with all
queries at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please DO NOT contact All Saints School as this
is a parish based program and all queries will need to be directed
to the Sacramental Team.
Frequently Asked Questions about Confirmation
Frequently Asked Questions about Penance/Reconiliation
Frequently Asked Questions about First Communion