Archdiocesan Adult Confirmation Program
The Archdiocesan Adult Confirmation Program is designed for practicing adult (18+) Catholics seeking the sacrament of Confirmation, who have been baptized, have received their first Holy Communion, and have been educated in the Catholic faith through Catholic Schools or Catholic religious education programs.
The Archdiocesan Adult Confirmation Program presents an overview of the essentials of the Catholic Faith, focusing on immediate catechesis for the reception of the sacrament of Confirmation.
This is a program of adult faith formation that combines presentations, group discussion, reflection, and prayer. The sessions will cover Sacred Scripture and Tradition, the Creed, prayer and spirituality, the Church, Catholic social teaching and meaning of the sacrament of Confirmation.
This Program is not for adults who are unbaptized, or baptized but uncatechized (not practicing Catholics), who would benefit from participation in their parish’s RCIA process. Your pastor’s permission is required to participate in this program.
For an outline of the adult confirmation program sessions, click here.
Requirements for Adults Confirmation Registration
The following items must be sent by regular mail after completion of the online registration form:
- Pastor’s permission letter
- Copy of Baptismal Certificate
- Copy of First Communion Certificate
- If married, copy of Catholic Marriage Certificate
- Registration Fee of $100 per person ($160 per engaged / married couple)
See calendar for upcoming Adult Confirmation
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El Programa de Confirmación para Adultos de la Arquidiócesis está diseñado para la práctica de adultos católicos (mayores de 18 años) que... Details
New York Catholic Center,
Office of Adult Faith Formation
1011 First Avenue – 13th Floor
New York, NY 10022
Mr. Oscar Cruz
Director of the Catechumenate (RCIA)
Ms. Liliana Cruz
Administrative Assistant to the Director of the Catechumenate (RCIA)