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Today there is oftentimes a misconception of what the Sacrament of Confirmation is actually for or how it affects our lives. In this talk, Dr. Brant Pitre invites us to better understand the tremendous graces and calling receive through this sacrament. He points to various passages in scripture which provide a historical foundation and, through bold witness, challenges us to willingly surrender our lives to Christ. Dr. Brant Pitre is a professor of Sacred Scripture at Notre Dame Seminary in New Orleans, LA.
“Until this talk by Brant Pitre, I have not really understood what Confirmation is all about. I hope I had this talk when I was confirmed so I can live up to this great sacrament!”
– Daniel – Vancouver, Canada
“Absolutely the best explanation of the Sacrament of Confirmation I have ever heard!”
– Julie – Sterling, VA
“This talk deepened my understanding of the rite and the sacrament.”
– Cheryl – Ontario, Canada
“EXCELLENT!!! Very informative. Dr. Pitre brought out things I have heard no where else.”
– Diane – Bowsman, MT
Confirmation: The Sacrament of Evangelization and Martyrdom is a Catholic CD of the Month Club title release! Subscribers to the Catholic CD of the Month Club or Catholic MP3 of the Month Club get advance access and saves. This will only become available to the general public on May 1st, 2015.
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Confirmation: The Sacrament of Evangelization and Martyrdom
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