Catriona Millar

Proud parents, Greg and Edel Millar, have just sent me some photos of their newly-baptised daughter. She was baptised according to the traditional roman rite of Baptism. Here is a picture of Fr Rupert McHardy of the London Oratory during the ceremony. The stole is still purple and I think that is an oil stock in his hand, so this would be the part where, having carried out the various exorcisms, he now about to anoint Catriona with the oil of catechumens.



And here's me holding Catriona who is now a sanctifying grace-filled Christian, child of God and member of the Church. The baptismal gown is rather special. It is a family heirloom and has ribbons attached for each baby that has been baptised in it - red for the boys, pink for the girls.

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