[quote="Miss_Primrose, post:1, topic:316538"]
I am baptised and confrimed in the Anglican church and have been told that this means you don't need to be confrimed into the Catholic church before becoming a full member of the church is this true?:confused: even if I haven't had a communion in a Anglican church in years:o
Also what would need to happen for me to become Catholic if my confrimation is valid in the eyes of the Catholic church?
Your baptism is valid but your confirmation is not. In either case, you can come into full communion by being admitted into full communion with the Church after going through the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA). This normally happens at the Easter Vigil, at which time you would receive your first Holy Communion. It is up to the bishop of your diocese to decide whether you would receive Confirmation at the same Easter Vigil or at a separate ceremony administered by the bishop.