confirmation name....?

i was looking for a name tht went with jessica francesca (ends with ca) lol i thought tht would be cool but i cant seem to find any i like so can u help me find something tht flows with it? thank you

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Abbie, Abby, Gail, Gale the Father is happy Abba is the Hebrew word for "Daddy" and is scripture's endearing term for God the Father. He is our Abba, our Daddy. Your patron is Daddy-God!

    (Dec. 4) Ada happy Saint Ada was the abbess of a convent in France and dedicated to keeping herself pure for Jesus. She is noted in France as patroness of religious women.

    Dec. 24 Adele

    Adalie, Adela, Adelaide, Adelina, Adeline, Aline, Della noble Saint Adele’s first vocation was as a wife and mother. She served God by taking care of her family, praying, and doing works of mercy. When her husband died, she became a nun and founded a convent. As its first abbess, she ruled with great compassion and holiness.

    Jan. 9 Adrienne

    Adria, Adriana brave Saint Adrian of Canterbury was a highly successful missionary in pagan England. He was also a great teacher of Bible study.

    Feb. 5 Agatha

    Agathe, Agathy good While Saint Agatha was being tortured for her faith, God interrupted her agonies with an earthquake. She thanked Him for bringing an end to her pain and passed immediately into Heaven as a blessed martyr.

    Jan. 21

    Mar. 2


    Ines, Inez, Neysa, Nina, Ninete, Rachel pure Saint Agnes of Rome was only a teenager when she had to decide between life and dying for Jesus. She had been ordered to sacrifice her virginity to pagan gods, and she sacrificed her life instead. She is the patron saint of engaged couples.

    Saint Agnes of Prague was very wealthy, and she freely used this gift to help the poor. She financed a hospital, a Franciscan friary and a Poor Clare convent. She never considered herself as above others, and even after she became abbess, she cooked for the sisters and mended the clothes of lepers.

    June 20 Alba

    Albina, Bianca, Blanche white Saint Alban was converted by a priest whom he sheltered from persecutions and rescued by changing clothes with him. Patron saint of converts.

    Nov. 15 Alberta

    Albertina illustrious Saint Albert the Great was a bishop who introduced Greek and Arabic science to medieval Europe, raising understanding of botany, biology, physics, and other studies of nature. A scientist himself, he wrote many books on these subjects.

    Oct. 11 Alessandra

    Alex, Alexandra, Alexandrina, Alexis, Cassandra, Sandra people helper Saint Alexander Sauli became a bishop in a diocese where faith had died. Clergy and laity knew little about scripture and Church teachings. With the help of three friends, he inspired the people to new faith, corrected abuses, rebuilt broken down churches, and founded colleges and seminaries.

    (June 15) Alice

    Alicia, Alisa, Alison, Alix, Alyce, Elissa, Elsie, Ilsa noble cheer Saint Alice entered a Cistercian convent when seven years old. The community was inspired by her humility. However, she contracted leprosy and suffered greatly. Her greatest consolation

    came from receiving the Holy Eucharist, and she experienced visions and ecstacies.

    (June 28) Alma loving Saint Almus was a Cistercian monk in England who became an abbot of a monastary in Scotland.

    (Feb. 6) Amanda worthy of love Saint Amand was a great missionary and a father of monasticism in ancient Belgium. Before he was ordained, he went to live in a small monastery, but his father threatened to disinherit him unless he came home. Amand cheerfully replied, "Christ is my only inheritance."

    Dec. 7 Ambrosia immortal Saint Ambrose of Milan was called "the honey-tongued doctor" because of his gift of preaching and his reputation as an expert on Church doctrine. Words were very important to him and he said, "Let no word escape your lips in vain or be uttered without depth of meaning."

    (Dec. 24) Amelia

    Emily, Emeline, Emilia, Emiliana, Emma excelling Saint Gregory the Great had three aunts who led prayerful religious lives in their father's house, Tarsilla, Saint Emiliana, and Gordiana. They encouraged each another to growth in holiness.

    Feb. 20 Amy

    Amata, Aimee, Amata loved When she was young, Saint Amata of Assisi rejected God and rebelled against morality. Eventually her aunt, Saint Clare of Assisi, converted her and brought the girl into her religious order.

    (Dec. 25) Anastasia

    Stacey, Stasia who will rise again Saint Anastasia's father was a pagan nobleman, but her mother was Christian and secretly raised her in Christian beliefs and ways of holiness. Anastasia's husband was also pagan, and after he discovered she was a Christian, he stopped loving her and became a cruel tyrant, confining her to the house and treating her like a slave. Anastasia rejoiced that she could suffer for the love of Jesus Christ.

    Nov. 30 Andrea manly Saint Andrew was the first Apostle. He enthusiastically led other people to God, starting with his brother, Saint Peter.

    Jan. 27 Angela

    Angel, Angelica, Angelina, Angelique, Angelita angel During a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, Saint Angela Merici experienced a major devastation; she became blind. Yet she insisted on continuing the pilgrimage with

  • 1 decade ago

    I'm a Roman Catholic Teenager in Confirmation classes too and very Charismatic... A confirmation name is a Saints name and you are supposed to realllly discern this. Its a process. Go look up Saints Names and find your personal favorite!

  • 1 decade ago

    I made the mistake of choosing a saint name that I thought sounded cool with my name--do not do it. You need to choose a saint who means something to you, who's work on earth was important to you and who you admire. My saint lived her entire life in piety without ever leaving her cloister...that is great, but I don't really admire her for spending her entire life in prayer and meditation: I should have chosen Sainte Joan of Arc :(

    Go to and find a saint important to you.

  • 1 decade ago

    Aren't confirmation names supposed to be for saints? Why not read through a saint book and find one?

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    =) all saints names. good luck choosing and congrats!

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