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    I am a 60-year-old woman baptised into the Catholic religion and I have always considered myself a Catholic, however, I was never confirmed. Does this mean I am not really a Catholic? What should I do? Thank you.


    Andres Ortiz

    Hi Romaki. You are absolutely a Catholic. Baptism is the first of the initiation rituals into the Catholic Church. It is the absolute minimum you need to be considered a member of the Church. Confirmation is sort of an extension of Baptism, but by not being confirmed does not mean that you are not Catholic.

    Have you considered joining an RCIA program near you to be confirmed?



    The RCIA program is amazing and wonderful and you even meet people who have a stituations just like yours! <img src=” title=”Smile” /> I had to go through the RCIA program to get baptized. The best part is that everyone is so friendly <img src=” title=”Very Happy” />

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