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Posted by cartier love bague faux (deatowygzhefskajijihwx@hotmal.com)
on Saturday, November 4, 2017, at 10:49 p.m., from
In response to http://wfingor.co.za/shops.php?wjf=adidas-pink-jacket, posted by Shayla
on Thursday, August 10, 2017, at 11:45 a.m.

Hello, i am a Teacher¨s Assistant for Catechism and we were just talking about this last week in our class. The answer is no. However, confirmation will show that you have matured in your faith, meaning that as a Catholic you should try to help the Church as much as possible, by doing things such as altar serving, becoming a lector, etc.You will still be considered a child, if you are taking classes for catechism. The only exception would be is if you are confirmed as an adult.
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