St.Philip Confirmation Application


Participant Information
Youth Name
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NickName
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Address
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Date of Birth //
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Grade
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Sex
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Youth E-mail
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Youth Cell Phone --
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Youth Home Phone --
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Parent/Guardian Information
Message This information is only necessary to be completed if any information has changed since you completed Youth Ministry Registration or FORM A. Please skip if all information has already been provided.
Mail should be addressed to:
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Other (Specify)
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Father Father's Information
Name
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Cell Phone --
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Home Phone --
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Address
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Father E-mail
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Mother Mother's Information
Name
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Cell Phone --
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Home Phone --
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Address
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Mother's E-mail
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REGISTERED AT:
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PLEASE SPECIFY WHAT PARISH YOU ARE REGISTERED AT:
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Sponsor Information
The Confirmation Sponsor must be a confirmed, practicing Catholic. It cannot be a parent; however, the sponsor can be a grandparent or God parent. The sponsor should be someone that can help you continue to grow in your Catholic faith. It is someone that you trust in seeking out faith advice and direction.
Name
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Address
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Cell Phone --
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Home Phone --
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Sponsor's E-mail
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Will this be sponsorship by proxy (stand in)?
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Confirmation Name:
Each teen should research a saint and decide what they would like their confirmation name to be. Many teens find saints with similar birthdays, interest, or perhaps just someone that is interesting. The goal is to find a saint that you can emulate in life. Someone that you can follow as an example of holiness in your own life.
Confirmation Name Chosen
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Essay Questions:
Student's Essay Questions: Student Essay at least (500 Words)
Please complete the essay in the blank space below or e-mail your essay to ymassistant@stphilipcc.com with the subject line Confirmation Essay.
1. Describe how you are living your faith now, and where do you see your faith life in five years? (250 words)
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2. Describe what steps you personally need to take to get closer to God. (250 words)
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