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Code of Canon Law
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CHAPTER I. The Celebration of Confirmation
Can. 880 §1. The sacrament of confirmation is conferred by the anointing of chrism on the forehead, which is done
by the imposition of the hand and through the words prescribed in the approved liturgical books.
§2. The chrism to be used in the sacrament of confirmation must be consecrated by a bishop even if a presbyter
administers the sacrament.
Can. 881 It is desirable to celebrate the sacrament of confirmation in a church and during Mass; for a just and
reasonable cause, however, it can be celebrated outside Mass and in any worthy place.