Bringing you the "Good News" of Jesus Christ and His Church While PROMOTING CATHOLIC Apologetic Support groups loyal to the Holy Father and Church's magisterium
Home About
AskACatholic.com
What's New? Resources The Church Family Life Mass and
Adoration
Ask A Catholic
Knowledge base
AskACatholic Disclaimer
Search the
AskACatholic Database
Donate and
Support our work
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
New Questions
Cool Catholic Videos
About Saints
Disciplines and Practices
Purgatory and Indulgences
About the Holy Mass
About Mary
Searching and Confused
Homosexual Issues
Life and Family
No Salvation Outside the Church
Sacred Scripture
non-Catholic Cults
Justification and Salvation
The Pope and Papacy
The Sacraments
back
Relationships and Marriage situations
Specific people, organizations and events
Doctrine and Teachings
Specific Practices
Church Internals
Church History


Kara Goodwin wrote:

Hi, guys —

I was baptized Catholic but was pulled out of the Church at age 9 and never received my
First Holy Communion. I am now 22 and would like to be a part of the Catholic Church.

  • What's needed for me to receive my First Communion, be confirmed, and receive the rest of the Sacraments?

Kara

  { What's needed for me to receive Communion, be confirmed, and receive the other sacraments? }

Mike replied:

Hi, Kara —

Just go to a local Catholic Church and tell the priest/pastor that you wish to receive your
First Communion and Confirmation. You will probably have to make an appointment and
schedule some time for their RCIA program.

  • If you were already baptized, you probably want to go back to the parish you were baptized at, unless you have moved far away or the faith in that parish was practiced poorly.
  • If you have moved far away and don't have your Baptismal certificate, the priests at the new parish should be able to call your previous parish or diocese (where you were baptized) and send you the original (or copy of the) Baptismal certificate.

Hope this helps,

Mike

Please report any and all typos or grammatical errors.
Suggestions for this web page and the web site can be sent to Mike Humphrey
© 2012 Panoramic Sites
The Early Church Fathers Church Fathers on the Primacy of Peter. The Early Church Fathers on the Catholic Church and the term Catholic. The Early Church Fathers on the importance of the Roman Catholic Church centered in Rome.