The History    andDevelopment   of the
Confirmation in the Early Church  In the early   Church, the 3  Sacraments of   Confirmation were celebrated    in the sam...
1.The catechumens  descend into a pool  where they were  baptized in the name  of the Father, the  Son, and the Holy  Spir...
300s: As Christianity continued to grow,   bishops could no longer be at every   baptism. Instead,   they would come   lat...
1000s:Confirmati on and   FirstEucharist became
Early 1900s: Many   Catholics, while   having received       Baptism,  Confirmation, and   First Eucharist, were not recei...
Early 1900s: Many   Catholics, while   having received       Baptism,  Confirmation, and   First Eucharist, were not recei...
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Confirmation

  1. 1. The History andDevelopment of the
  2. 2. Confirmation in the Early Church In the early Church, the 3 Sacraments of Confirmation were celebrated in the same ceremony by adult
  3. 3. 1.The catechumens descend into a pool where they were baptized in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.2.They ascend, clothe in with a white robe, and the Bishop lay hands on them and anoint them with oil.
  4. 4. 300s: As Christianity continued to grow, bishops could no longer be at every baptism. Instead, they would come later to confirm those already baptized. We can already see a president for this separation between baptism and
  5. 5. 1000s:Confirmati on and FirstEucharist became
  6. 6. Early 1900s: Many Catholics, while having received Baptism, Confirmation, and First Eucharist, were not receiving Communionregularly. Pope Pius X moved First Communion from after confirmationto around age seven.
  7. 7. Early 1900s: Many Catholics, while having received Baptism, Confirmation, and First Eucharist, were not receiving Communionregularly. Pope Pius X moved First Communion from after confirmationto around age seven.
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