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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infant_baptism

The Roman Catholic Church considers baptism, even for an infant, so important that "parents are obliged to see that ...

www.beliefnet.com/faiths/catholic/2004/04/what-to-know-before-your-babys-catholic-baptism.aspx

Advice for parents on names, godparents, baptismal certificates, christening ... Excerpted from The Catholic Home with permission of Doubleday, a division of ...

www.annunciationevv.org/Guidelines-for-Baptism

As you are seeking the baptism of your child in the Roman Catholic Church, the following guidelines are presented to help you embark upon this journey of faith ...

www.catholiccompany.com/baptism-gifts-c20

Results 1 - 24 of 512 ... If you're shopping for a baptism gift or a christening gift for a baby boy or girl, here you'll find great gifts varying from the traditional to the ...

www.aboutcatholics.com/beliefs/a-guide-to-catholic-baptism

Godparents for Catholic Baptism are like sponsors for Confirmation. However, they take on a different role since usually only children have godparents for ...

www.catholic.com/tract/infant-baptism

Fundamentalists often criticize the Catholic Church's practice of baptizing infants. According to them, baptism is for adults and older children, because it is to be ...

christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/26003/why-is-the-roman-catholic-infant-baptism-called-christening

Feb 22, 2014 ... It's instructive here to look at the etymology of "christening". It is, obviously, derived from the word Christ. Here's what the Online Etymology ...

www.catholicaustralia.com.au/the-sacraments/171

Baptism is the introduction of a person into the Church community. ... It is good if the godparents can be adult Catholics who will take an interest in your baby as ...

www.diffen.com/difference/Baptism_vs_Christening

Christening refers to the naming ceremony (to "christen" means to "give a name to") where as baptism is one of seven sacraments in the Catholic Church.