If you are an adult who is interested in receiving the sacraments of baptism, first communion andor confirmation, please contact joe lascala, the director of faith formation at (785) 456-7869 or stbernardfaithformationgmail.
Baptized catholic adults who have celebrated first holy communion but lack the sacrament of confirmation, and who do not have any other impediments to receiving the sacraments (such as irregular marriageneed for annulment).
Adults being baptized as catholics receive first holy communion together with baptism and confirmation. Non-catholic christians being received into the catholic church receive first holy communion after their profession of faith and confirmation. Catholic adults completing their initiation receive first holy communion after confirmation.
Confirmation - adults be sealed with the gift of the holy spirit. Confirmation, considered to be the second of the sacraments of initiation, is often celebrated last in the united states for catholics baptized as children. It is never too late to receive the grace of this important sacrament.
The elect prepare to receive the sacraments of initiationbaptism, confirmation, and eucharist. There are also special rites that apply during this period such as penitential rites that involve prayers and blessings for the elect at mass.
The first step for adults toward receiving the sacraments of baptism, first communion and confirmation is to attend inquiry meetings on wednesday evenings at 700 pm in the st michael convent (diagnoally across from the church).
Sometimes a service of holy communion will follow a confirmation, either on the same day or on the next sunday. For some people this will be the first time they share in bread and wine. Some may have received holy communion before it depends on the approach of their usual church.
Adult catholics that have not received their first holy communion are invited to prepare for this sacrament through the r.
Adult catholics preparing for confirmation andor first communion receive their formation on sunday mornings at 9am in the institute of catholic theology classroom during the rcia sessions.