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Kimberly Marie D'Angelo wrote:

Hi, guys —

I was born on October 25, 1962 and was confirmed at Saint Euphrasia Catholic Church in Granada Hills. I was confirmed when I was 16 and can't remember the confirmation name I chose.

  • Is there a database that keeps a record of the patron saints we chose when we were confirmed?
  • If so how do I access it?

Thank you in advance for your help.

Sincerely,

Kimberly Marie

  { Is there a database that keeps a record of the patron saints we chose when we were confirmed? }

Eric replied:

Hi, Kimberly Marie —

Simply write to the parish, and ask them for a copy of your Confirmation certificate.

They will be more than happy to supply it, in fact they are required to.
Your confirmation name should be written on the form.

Eric

Kimberly Marie replied:


Thank-you!

Kim

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