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Adults Sacraments

Confirmation & RCIA Adults

Dear Student:

The Religious Education Program will work for you to encounter Christ in your journey of conversion to the Catholic faith. The excellent team of catechists will join you to develop a closer relationship with God. Together, we will experience great joy when we celebrate receiving your sacraments.


Registration is open by application ONLY on the website

The contribution is $150.00 for adults.

Students will receive a bible, catechism, a lesson binder, and a robe (After the ceremony the robe is to be returned).

Adults, after your application, you will receive a call for an interview before you are accepted in class.


The adult program classes are given weekly in both languages English and Spanish. The program consists of between 26-32 weeks for RCIA Students. Confirmation Students are 10-12 weeks.

6:15 pm - 7:45 pm
Mass Attendance:
Sunday 5:00 pm Mass
RCIA Saturdays
9:00 am - 10:30 am
Mass Attendance:
Sunday 11:00 am Mass

The Mass attendance will be taken from the offertory envelopes given during the orientation day.

ABSENCES: The lesson plan is weekly; therefore, if you are absent, work with your catechist for makeup. An excessive number of absences may delay you from receiving your sacraments.



  • Birth certificate, if you are not baptized [verification of legal name]
  • Baptism certificate, if you are baptized (*)
  • Communion Certificate, if you did your communion
  • Marriage Certificate, if married civilly (**)

(*) The student's name will appear in the sacraments certificate like it was written on the baptism certificate.

(**) If you or your spouse has been married before, there are protocols to follow according to the Metropolitan Tribunal from the Archdiocese of Miami that handles these issues relating to marriage, i.e., dispensations and annulments. If you are married civilly, to receive your sacraments, you will need to co-validate your civil marriage into the catholic marriage.

You need to inform us, at the time of your application, of your personal situation. There are advocates certified by the Archdiocese who will be assisting you in this process. Every case is individual, and all information is kept confidential.

You will not be able to receive your sacraments until a dispensation or annulment has been approved.


“A sponsor needs to be at least sixteen or older, have been confirmed, participate in the blessed Eucharist and live a life of faith. The sponsor CANNOT be the mother or the father”


The Archdiocese requires that to be a Sponsor you must provide a copy of the following documents:

  • Certificate of Baptism
  • Certificate of Confirmation
  • Catholic Marriage certificate, if you are married
  • Letter from your Parish Sponsor

Documents for the student and sponsor must be presented during application. If you request a sponsor, we will provide one. Our parish has a group of volunteers who live a life of faith, and they are eager to assist you in your journey.

Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions at

Yours in Christ!

Josefina Vazquez, MSW
Directress of Religious Education & Faith Formation


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