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Dear Reader,


After the arrival of the Spaniards more than a century ago, a large number of Filipinos were converted to the Roman Catholic religion. One of the reasons why Spanish missionaries were successful in their crusade was the practice of baptizing large numbers of Filipinos at the same time. Actually, the Sacrament of Baptism was the Filipinos' first introduction to Christianity.

In earlier times, it was said that many Filipinos associated Baptism with their own indigenous "healing rituals", which also relied on the symbolism of the Holy Water (similar to how baptism was practiced). Thus, it was easily accepted and became a common tradition in their lives, thereby losing its religious significance. We will now celebrate this occasion with you, not only preserving its tradition but also upholding the true meaning of this Holy Sacrament.


Yours truly,

Tiya Maria


Baptism - Gate of the Church

Linmarr Davao Baptism - Gate of the Church

The Sacrament of Baptism, the first of the seven sacraments, is our entrance into the Church. Through Baptism, we are cleansed of Original Sin and receive sanctifying grace, the life of God within our souls. That grace prepares us for the reception of the other sacraments and helps us to live our lives as Christians. read moreLink to Baptism - Gate of the Church


Things to know

Linmarr Davao Baptism - Things to know

Baptism is a serious step—a step we spend much time getting ready for. We get new clothes, we pick the right godparents (ninong and ninang), we choose the best church, we find the best place for a reception, etc. But, did you know that in a Catholic baptism, the godparents should be Catholics too? That the traditional Baptism garb for the child is white? And that it represents "putting on Christ"? read moreLink to Baptism - Things to Know


The Christening Party

Linmarr Davao Baptism - The Christening Party

If you've ever known a one-year-old, you know that the hope, wonder, and joy with which they discover the world is more than just a prelude to what they might become. Before baby even takes a step, one of the most important parts of a Christian life's journey - the beginning - has already taken place, and that definitely deserves a good party. read moreLink to Baptism - The Christening party


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