confirmand


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confirmand

(ˈkɒnfəˌmænd)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) a candidate for confirmation
Translations
المَمْنوح سِر التَّثْبيت
biřmovaneckonfirmand
konfirmant
bérmálandókonfirmandus

confirm

(kənˈfəːm) verb
1. to establish or make quite certain. They confirmed their hotel booking by letter.
2. to admit to full membership of certain Christian churches.
ˌconfirˈmation (kon-) noun
confirmand (-mand) noun
a person who receives religious confirmation or is a candidate for it.
conˈfirmed adjective
1. settled in a habit or way of life. a confirmed bachelor/drunkard.
2. (of a person) who has received religious confirmation.
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Although it's not common, it's not the first time a potential confirmand has decided to delay the sacrament, says Michelle Kriss, direction of Christian formation at Sacred Heart Parish at Notre Dame, where the Kubickis are members.
He was a confirmand of Trinity Lutheran Church, in Clinton.
Parish priest Fr Pat Buckley gave every confirmand four tickets for close family to sit in the church and provided a marquee for others outside.
Moastele au fost stramutate in Tomis (Constanta de azi) si, de aici, transportate in anul 373-374 in Capadocia, insotite de "Scrisoarea Bisericii din Gotia catre Biserica din Capadocia" si epistola personala a Sfantului Episcop al Tomisului, la care Sfantul Vasile le raspunde prin doua scrisori, confirmand primirea moastelor (29).
Invariably, somewhere along in the program, a family will announce that the confirmand now has baseball practice at the same time as class.