What Happens at a Greek Christening?

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At a Greek Christening ceremony, a young baby or a non Christian is baptised into Christianity. It is done by either aspersion, the sprinkling of water on the head; affusion, the pouring of water on the head; immersion, total or whole dipping in water; or submersion, the complete dipping in water.
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