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Watch this short 2 minute video to learn about Pentecost: the Birthday of the Church and the Institution of Confirmation!
Ways to Celebrate Pentecost at Home
Fill the House with Candles and Tell the Story: In remembrance of the tongues of fire that descended upon the Apostles, fill your house with candles (with your parent's permission). Then, tell, read, or listen to the story of Pentecost.
Learn to Say “Hello” in Multiple Languages: Through the The Holy Spirit, the Apostles were able to speak in languages they hadn’t learned before so that they could preach the Gospel to people of all languages visiting Jerusalem at the time. Look online to find out how to greet others in Spanish, Russian, Greek, Arabic, Japanese, or other languages that people in your area might use.
Incorporate the Color Red into your Day: The color red symbolizes joy and the fire of the Holy Spirit, so wear something red or eat red foods such as strawberries, raspberries, cranberry juice, or bread spread with raspberry jam.
Prayer to the Holy Spirit
Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful.
And kindle in them the fire of your love.
Send forth your Spirit and they shall be created.
And you will renew the face of the earth.
by the light of the Holy Spirit
you have taught the hearts of your faithful.
In the same Spirit
help us to relish what is right
and always rejoice in your consolation.
We ask this through Christ our Lord.
Songs that Invite the Holy Spirit into Your Life
Set a Fire
Will Reagan & United Pursuit
Bethel Music feat. Jeremy Riddle
Learn About the Mass
Watch this short 2 minute video to learn about how we began praying the Rosary, then refresh your memory on how to pray it! What a great way to increase your faith during your Confirmation preparation!
Parents: St. Michael offers weekly adoration on Thursdays in the Chapel from 9am-9pm with Rosary and Benediction at 8pm.
Need help learning about Saints to pick your Confirmation name? Check out some of these websites!