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godchild

a person, usually an infant, who is sponsored by adults at baptism
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Godchild said: "I thought our offence flowed really, really well.
We have to pay attention to how far from the faith a godchild has moved and ask ourselves how we can nudge him or her back.
It really was great having my Godchild around, especially when you're going and seeing things like the Smurfs.
The chicks are presently purchased by the Godchild Project rather than hatched.
At the edge of Antigua, Guatemala the prosperity of a tourist town meet the destitute poverty in which descendants of a proud Mayan people live Therein dwells the Godchild Project.
As the godchild of Chaka Khan and the "New Jack Swing King" Aaron Hall, she has been surrounded by music since birth.
assistant commissioner of the Commission on Liturgy, noted that a godparent's task is to ensure that his godchild grows up to be a good person and Christian.
He leaves a sister, Susan and her husband James Sheldon of Dudley and his Godchild and niece Samantha whom he shared special times with.
Her godchild Miley Cyrus, 21, may have twerked and licked her way to international stardom, but Dolly reckons she's doing just fine.
Read to a nephew or niece, a godchild or friend's child.
SUPPORT: Bouquet at church yesterday; MEMORIES: Snap of Madeleine at age of two; JOY: kate and Gerry McCann dote on godchild at their wedding and (inset) at friend's marriage
Most people looking to shower gifts upon a dote-worthy godchild usually content themselves with giving a stuffed animal, a cool toy, maybe an article of clothing.