Monday, February 02, 2009

Poll-Release Monday #64

Iguess it's about time I did this, considering the fact that I haven't changed the poll in about five weeks! Here is your new poll question:
  • True or False?: "Because Baptism and Confirmation are not celebrated at the same time, the connection of Baptism to Confirmation is expressed by the renewal of baptismal vows."
What do you think? Vote in the poll in my sidebar.

Here are the results from the previous poll:
  • T or F? Since Confirmation gives the Holy Spirit to strengthen the believer in his witness to the world, the denial of one's faith requires a re-Confirmation.
    • True: 2 (4%)
    • False: 48 (96%)
The correct answer is:
  • False; cf. CCC, no. 1317: Confirmation, like Baptism, imprints a spiritual mark or indelible character on the Christian's soul; for this reason one can receive this sacrament only once in one's life.
Thank you all for voting!

Pax Christi,


Hidden One said...

I think that this week's question should specify that the split scenario does not occur in the Eastern rites.

Christine said...

still reading!

phatcatholic said...


Matt1618 said...

hey man, don't obsess so much about about your participation, just do it! [insert appropriate quote from The Way here] :)

phatcatholic said...

Yea, good call.

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