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 Can a Catholic baby have two Godmothers and a Godfather?

Answer Not normally, but I would talk to my priest about it because I'm sure that it's possible.Canon law states one godparent of each sex but not two of the same sex. If you want two godmothers, only one... Read More »
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Christening Etiquette for Godmothers?

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What legal rights does a godfather have should the single parent of an adopted child die?

None. Unless the godfather is in the will as the person who will be given the child if the parent dies, there are no rights. If the will does not otherwise specify how to handle the child, and you... Read More »
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Should a non-Catholic be buried with Catholic rosary beads?

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Why do you have to have an annulment for a catholic marriage?

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