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    Confirmation 2022


    Confirmation Classes occur 3 times a month on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm, from early September to early May.

    Two Large Group sessions:

    There are two large group sessions in which the parents and/or the sponsor and child are to attend. These will be on September 7th and February 8th from 6:30-8 pm in the Church.  


    Tuition for those students enrolled in the Wednesday evening program for Confirmation preparation is $100 for the year. This does not include the expense of the retreat. There is a family maximum of $300.    


    The Confirmation Retreat is for those in the second year of Confirmation and will take place on April 22-23 at the NET Center, from Saturday at 8:30 am to Sunday at 4:00 pm. The registration for this retreat will be made available and will cost $175 for the weekend. Please note that the retreat is required for all young people that are being confirmed.

    Confirmation Date:

    Monday, May 22nd, 7:00 pm at the Basilica of St. Mary, Minneapolis.  
    Please contact Marta O'Malley omalley@stodilia.org with any questions you may have.
  • Sign-Up for the Confirmation Retreat!

    *Please note that the retreat is for students in the 2nd year of Confirmation only*


    Tickets are $175 per child. The retreat is April 22-23.

    Please complete the Sacramental Record Form below if your child is in the 2nd Year of Confirmation.

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    • Please complete the Sacramental Record Form 

      The Sacramental Record form helps us verify your child's Baptism, as well as gives us all the information needed to record the reception of their Confirmation. In order to fill out this form, you will need a copy of your child's Baptism Certificate.


      To acquire your child's Baptism Certificate please follow the directions below:

      1. Call the Church in which your child was baptized and request a copy of the Baptism Certificate. Please ask them to scan and email a copy to your best email address as well as to Alex Hall (hall@stodilia.org). In addition to the scan please also ask them to mail a copy to the Church of St. Odilia, Attention Alex Hall, 3495 North Victoria Street. Shoreview, MN 55126
      2. Once you have received an emailed copy of your child's certificate, you will have all the information needed to fill out the Sacramental Form. Please note, you will not be able to complete the Form without a copy of the certificate.


      ***For those children Baptized at St. Odilia, you will not need to request the record of Baptism since we hold the record, BUT we ask that you still fill out the form. ***


      If you have not yet filled out the Sacramental Record Form please use the link below.

      Sacramental Form due by March 1st


      Sacramental Record Form HERE 

  • Requirements in the First Year of Confirmation:

    • 8 Service Hours due by April 12
    • Complete the Bible Basics for Catholics and the companion packet by May 3

    Requirements in the Second Year of Confirmation:

    •  8 Service Hours due by April 12
    • Complete the Sponsor Booklet
    • Complete the Confirmation Sacramental Form
    • Attend the Sponsor/Parent Night on February 8
    • Attend the Confirmation Retreat on the Weekend of April 22-23
    • Complete the Bible Basics for Catholics and the companion packet by May 3

    If you need ideas for Service Hours...

  • Stuck on who you should pick for your Confirmation Saint?

    Life Teen has prepared a wonderful list with different suggestions -- we have attached a link below!

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    Remember: Picking a Confirmation Saint should be taken seriously. The idea is to pick a Saint who would be a good model for you as you grow in holiness and try to live the Christian life. Find a Saint who has similar interests to you, similar struggles, or someone who led an earthly life you find admirable.

    Though the Sacrament of Confirmation is not accompanied by a legal name change, Catholics often informally add their Saint's first name after their middle name and before their last name, so keep that in mind when you pick a Saint.

    The Saints who share your first or middle names are already special patrons, so you might pick a Saint who you are not already named after.