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having undergone the Christian ritual of baptism


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He said: "I know numerous friends who, unwillingly, have felt under duress to have their children baptised.
Her eldest son, 17-month-old Henry, was baptised in the same church - wearing the same gown - and Laura also married husband Matthew, 26, a chemical engineer for Huntsman, there.
The princess was baptised using holy water from the River Jordan, where it is said Jesus was baptised by John the Baptist.
This kind of baptism is more often associated with Baptist churches," said Kirkheaton Rector, Richard Steel, "but I was delighted when Sharon asked if she could be baptised this way, and Gareth agreed too.
As Bieber could not find a church where he could be baptised without people knowing about it, so he decided do it in a friend's bathroom to keep it private.
Numbers show that the number of children baptised after their first birthday has soared by a third in just 10 years while fewer "cradle" baptisms of newborn babies or those under the age of one are being recorded, according to data from the Pastoral Research Centre Trust.
Prince George will be baptised by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby.
Alison's parish priest in Winchburgh, West Lothian, told her the girl would have to be baptised again in a church as Molly had no baptism certificate.
CHRISTIANS took the plunge in the chilly sea off Llandudno's North Shore to be baptised in front of hundreds of interested onlookers.
It was an amazing experience," said Anna, who was baptised by her father John, a Minister and administrator for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Wales.
Paulinus went on to spread the Christian message in Northumbria and Edwin was baptised.
THE case of a boy refused a bus pass because he has not been baptised as a Roman Catholic has been referred to the Equality Commission.
Do they realise that here 'the seed of eternal life' is being conveyed, so that, through the help of prayer and communion, the baptised might grow into holiness, along with a real and deep loving concern for others?
THE BABY of an Iraqi family was baptised by the Bishop of Coventry - the latest to keep up a family tradition.
Citing research done at the University of Sheffield, the newspaper says the number of infants born in England and baptised into the Church of England dropped to 21 per cent in 1999.