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The sacrament of Confirmation holds great significance in the Catholic faith, marking an important milestone in the spiritual journey of believers. Confirmation is a sacrament of initiation, following Baptism and Eucharist, where individuals receive the outpouring of the Holy Spirit and are strengthened in their faith. Through the laying on of hands and anointing with holy oil, known as chrism, the confirmands are sealed with the gifts of the Holy Spirit, empowering them to live out their baptismal promises with renewed commitment. Confirmation equips individuals with the grace to bear witness to Christ, to deepen their relationship with God, and to actively participate in the life of the Church. It is a powerful moment of growth, inviting candidates to embrace their role as full members of the Church community and to embrace the mission of spreading the love and teachings of Jesus Christ to the world.

"After he took his seat at the table with them, he took the bread, blessed and broke it, and gave it to them." 

LUKE 24:30

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