Confirmation

"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. 

"Confirmation is the sacrament by which those born anew in baptism now receive the seal of the Holy Spirit, the gift of the Father and the Son.  Confirmation, as the sealing of the candidate with the Spirit, is linked with the other sacraments of the Christian Initiation and explain the sealing of the Spirit as preparation for being a witness of a mature Christian life in properly living in the world and extending and defending the faith"-

Apostolic Constitution on the Sacrament of Confirmation (Pope Paul VI)  

SSPJ Confirmation I and II ALL Confirmation classes at SSPJ will be using Dynamic Catholic's Decision Point hosted by Matthew Kelly.

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Google Classroom

Due to the pandemic, this year ALL Relgious Education Classes normally instructed at SSPJ will now be instructed using Google Classroom, which requires a home computer and internet access.  

Matthew Kelly

Decision Point Videos have been moved!

Please click below to link to their pages.

Confirmation I / II

Religious Ed. Calendar

HDO= Holy Day of Obligation
FD= Feast Day

Confirmation Preparation
(7th and 8th Grade)

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Mr. Avento's

That's okay.  If you cannot be with us at Mass this weekend, we've provided you with links to Mass Schedules from other
Catholic Parishes in our diocese and Catholic Parishes
around the world you can attend. Click below to find out more... We'll miss you! Have a safe trip and come back soon!

Will you be away from SSPJ?

Diocese of Rockville Centre Mass Times? Click here

Mass Times for Travel? Click Here

Class Format
Step 1

WELCOME

Step 2

PRAYER

Step 3

ENGAGE

Step 4

JOURNAL

Step 5

SUNDAY GOSPEL
REVIEW

Step 6

CLOSING PRAYER

Decision Point: Confirmation I Curriculum (7th Grade)

Decision Point: Confirmation II Curriculum (8th Grade)