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Copy of Symbols of Confirmation

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Briony Galloway

on 15 May 2013

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By Briony, Montana and Natasha The Fire The Cross The dove Anointing Oil The fire is a symbol of confirmation because in Pentecost, the Holy Spirit came upon the disciples as tongues of flames above their head. It is significant towards confirmation because it represents the Holy Spirit, and you are receiving the Holy Spirit when you are confirmed. The cross represents the cross of which the Lord our God died on. It is significant towards Confirmation because it is the cross that all the Christians pray under. The dove is the representation of peace and the Holy Spirit. It is significant towards confirmation because at the baptism of Jesus by John the Baptist, the Holy Spirit descended upon him in the form of a dove, and that's why the dove is a symbol of both baptism and confirmation. It is also the main symbol. The anointing oil is symbolic to Confirmation because the chrism symbolizes the anointing by the Holy Spirit. Symbols of Confirmation
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