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Your sponsor must be practicing his/her faith, that is, a faithful Catholic who attends Sunday Mass on a regular basis. Your sponsor must be someone besides your parents. The church prefers that the godparents at baptism serve again as the sponsor at confirmation.
The church requires at least one godparent who is a practicing, confirmed Catholic age 16 or older....What are the requirements for godparents? Be at least sixteen (16) years of age. Be a fully initiated Catholic (must have received all three sacraments of initiation, baptism, confirmation and Eucharist).
In order to be a sponsor for Baptism or Confirmation, the person selected must have received the Sacraments of Baptism, Holy Eucharist and Confirmation. 3. Persons designated as sponsors must be practicing Catholics and be registered in their parish.
Sponsors cannot be the mother or father of the Confirmation Candidate. Each Confirmation Candidate should only choose one sponsor. When you were born, your parents chose your name. They may have chosen your name in honor of a special person in their lives: a grandparent, aunt or uncle, or close friend.
2. In order to be a sponsor for Baptism or Confirmation, the person selected must have received the Sacraments of Baptism, Holy Eucharist and Confirmation. 3. Persons designated as sponsors must be practicing Catholics and be registered in their parish.
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Sponsors cannot be the mother or father of the Confirmation Candidate. Each Confirmation Candidate should only choose one sponsor. When you were born, your parents chose your name. They may have chosen your name in honor of a special person in their lives: a grandparent, aunt or uncle, or close friend.
Terminology. The Church often uses the terms \u201csponsors\u201d and \u201cgodparents\u201d interchangeably. For example, sponsors at a baptism, either for an adult or infant, are known as godparents.
Each Confirmation candidate is to have a Sponsor to present the Candidate for Confirmation. The following requirements describe the role of Sponsor for Confirmation as set down in the Code of Canon Law in the Church: It is desirable to choose as sponsor the one who undertook the same function in baptism (Godparent).
The child can look up to the godparent and learn from this person. Unless there is legal documentation that provides additional rights, the godparent is not a legally bound person to the family, and there is no legal process that can protect his or her rights to visitation or custody.
Because of the deep connection between the two sacraments, the Church recommends that the candidate's baptismal godparents be considered as Confirmation sponsors.