godparent


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godparent

a person who stands sponsor to another at baptism
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It was then that I started to become someone who could really put the God in godparent. Godparenting, I was learning, is a spiritual practice not unlike emptying and filling salt shakers.
Godparents usually give their "inaanak" gifts or money on Christmas Day as "pamasko".
Liveabout.com offered the most comprehensive list of a godparent's duties, and from which I will partly crib from:
Wrangling on the matter during the Bolognese phase of the council (1547) exposed the firm commitment of significant numbers to both the multiple and restricted godparent models.
In this essay, I use the terms godparent and sponsor interchangeably.
After all, a Godparent's role is to speak about God.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will most likely not choose Prince William and Kate Middleton to be their baby's godparents.
" Convoy Aid Romania receives donations all year round from all over the country - coming from schools, businesses, "godparents" and individuals.For the last two months, these donations - including shoeboxes filled with gifts, toiletries and toys - have been packed away ready to make the long journey.
The Catholic church says one godparent is sufficient and not more than two are allowed.