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administer baptism to

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The double celebration took place six years to the day when their eldest son Harrison, eight, was christened in the same church.
Co-organiser Pamela Brown said: "All of those christened with the bell and their families are welcome to apply to attend the service, as are those who served in the Arctic Convoys.
Unfazed by the rain and the choppy sea Roman Alexander Bundy followed a family tradition and was christened with the help of an upturned ship's bell in place of a font on Tynemouth RNLI's Spirit of Northumberland.
When William was christened in 1982, he wore the original gown -- by then well over a century old -- but the garment has become so fragile that a replica was made.
Princess Beatrice was the last royal baby to be christened at St James's Palace in December 1988.
In past decades senior royal babies - the Queen, Prince of Wales and William - have been christened at Buckingham Palace.
The four new Viking Longships are Viking Odin and Viking Idun, christened in the Netherlands, and Viking Njord and Viking Freya, christened in Germany.
HAVING new baby Aimee christened in church was not an option for Jane West and her partner, Nick Walker.
Jade really wants to be well enough to go home and be christened," he said.
2 : to name at baptism <The parents christened the baby Robin.
A five-month-old baby proved you are never too young to get your sea legswhen he was christened on board an all-weather lifeboat.
A FIVE-month-old baby proved you are never too young to get your sea legs when he was christened on board an all-weather lifeboat.
But, because she was covered in eczema when she was born, she had to wait six months for her skin to clear up before she was christened.
Murkowski joins a distinguished collection of women who have christened Princess Cruise ships, including Princess Diana, Margaret Thatcher, Audrey Hepburn and Sophia Loren.
Taylor, will be christened on Monday, August 21, 2006, at the wharf of the Hilton New Orleans Riverside.