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  • v  administer baptism to
  • a  having undergone the Christian ritual of baptism

  • The Queen was born at 17 Bruton St, London W1 on April 21, 1926, was baptised on May 29, 1926 in the private chapel at Buckingham Palace, and was confirmed on March 28, 1942 in .
  • Then, changing from robes of violet to robes of white, he proceeded to the nearby Basilica of Notre Dame (the same church in which he had been baptised, confirmed, and ordained .
  • That story of George Washington's asking to be baptised, and being baptised, with total immersion by the Baptist chaplain John Gano, which you quoted from The Delta in your issue .
Quotes

  • Heather Mills in NEWS.com.au
    Mills said: "She said something under her breath so I cleansed and baptised her." "Now I've been offered lots of jobs for creating looks for women of her age."
  • Barack Obama in Earthtimes
    He strengthened my faith, officiated at my wedding, baptised my children,Obama said. "I can no more disown him than I can disown the black community ...... or my white grandmother ...... who has uttered racial stereotypes that made me...
  • Carla Bruni in Telegraph.co.uk
    Mrs Bruni-Sarkozy said: "I was born Catholic, I was baptised, but in my life I feel profoundly secular. I find that the controversy coming from the Pope's message - albeit distorted by the media - is very damaging. In Africa it's often Church people...

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