My Baptism tells me that I am now a Christian, disciples of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. It is also an outward sign of my commitment to serve Christ and make a fresh start. For me it is not just a ceremony or a ritual that has no effect on us but it brings us the Holy Spirit through whom we share in God’s own life. I was baptized when I was an infant and it washed away my original sin and I became a child of God. I also became Jesus’ sister, disciple, and friend. This Baptism made my life in union with God. I learned to share in Jesus’ mission of building up God’s Kingdom on earth. This strengthened me against all temptations in the world and through it that I became more faithful to God and I learned to celebrate the Mass every Sunday. It also made me alive together with Christ and be united to Him.
My Parents told me all about my Baptism. They told me that I was brought to the Church for my Baptism. I wore a white dress and shoes. My mother also brought white handkerchief, white cap, and white candles. There was Baptismal Vows wherein my parents and godparents recited and made vows while holding a lighted candle. After the Baptismal Vows the priest asked my name, then poured water in my forehead while the priest says the words “I baptized you in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.” My mother wiped my forehead then put the white cap. Then baptism ended with the blessings of the priest. Confirmation
Confirmation prepares us young people to go out into the world as public witnesses to Jesus Christ, as personal friends of the Lord and members of the community of his friends, the Church. I would take on roles of service and responsibility within the parish. I will serve the church by always celebrating the mass. By giving offerings that I can give. I will be a friend to everyone. I will donate clothes and other goods to people that...
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