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Infant baptism

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The exact details of the baptismal ceremony vary among Christian denominations. Many follow a prepared ceremony, called a rite or ...

What to Know Before Your Baby's Catholic Baptism - Beliefnet

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Traditional Baptism garb is white-for your child, that is. This represents "putting on Christ." Sometimes the church provides a white robe or stole to be used during ...

Italian Baptism Traditions | Our Everyday Life

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Most Italians are Roman Catholics and the custom of baptizing or christening a baby is one of the most cherished traditions in Italy and Italian communities ...

Christenings - Debrett's

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Baptism The Church of England and the Roman Catholic Church refer officially to .... The baby may wear a traditional christening robe, which may be a family ...

Organising a christening - BabyCentre

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Everything you need to know about organising a christening for your baby. ... apart from which day you'd like the ceremony on and the names of the godparents, ...

Greek Orthodox Christening Traditions - Greek Boston

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As there are many traditions that surround the Christening ceremony in the Greek Orthodox Church, here is an overview of what needs to be done.

Baptism Gift Etiquette: Options and selection guide - Practical Etiquette

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The expression refers to the most common traditional baptism gift--a silver spoon. But silver spoons aren't the only traditional christening gift. Vintage Emily Post ...

What happens at a christening ceremony? | Reference.com

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During a christening ceremony, parents and godparents bring a child before a minister or priest, and water is poured over the child's head to cleanse away ...

23. Christenings. Post, Emily. 1922. Etiquette - Bartleby.com

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If a godfather (or mother) after having given his consent is abroad or otherwise out of reach at the time of the christening, a proxy takes part in the ceremony ...

Catholic Baptism Traditions - Title belongs here.

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Catholic Baptism Traditions. You are blessed with a new baby and now it is time to plan the Baptism, welcoming your child into the Catholic faith. During the ...

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10 ways christening has changed - BBC News - BBC.com

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Oct 23, 2013 ... Prince George's christening on Wednesday comes 31 years after his ... less religious but many are reluctant to relinquish all church traditions.

Italian Christening Traditions | Our Everyday Life

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Italian christenings are very similar to other Catholic or Christian christenings, with some nuances that stress Italian heritage. The ceremony usually takes place  ...

How to Have a Traditional Christening - Victoriana Magazine

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Whether a traditional church ceremony or at home christening party, learn about announcements, christening dresses, godparents, menus and christening gifts.