Taking the Plunge: Baptism and Parenting  -     By: Anne E. Kitch
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Taking the Plunge: Baptism and Parenting

Morehouse Publishing / 2006 / Paperback

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Gain wonderful new insight into the meaning of baptism from the perspective of someone who is both parish priest and parent. Anne Kitch gives an overview of baptism, as well as a walk through the entire rite of baptism, and particularly the role of parents in their children's baptism.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: Morehouse Publishing
Publication Date: 2006
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
ISBN: 0819221856
ISBN-13: 9780819221858
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You've chosen the godparents, dressed the baby in yards of white, and headed to church for the christening.  Now what?  What does the sacrament of baptism mean in your child's life  - and yours?
In Taking the Plunge, parents explore how the Baptismal Covenant helps to shape the experience of raising children.  What are you promising when you baptize your child?  Why are "please" and "thank you" theological words, not simply polite things to say?  Anne Kitch writes with a light touch and includes plenty of real-life stories.

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