Inquiry About Baptism
This form is to help us gather the necessary information for the celebration of the Sacrament of Baptism. If there is anything here that is confusing or causes question, please not hesitate to call Deacon Dan Pyles to discuss at 615-550-5101 or email him at dpyles@stmatthewtn.org. Thank you!
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1. Child's FULL Name [First Middle Last] *
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2. Date of Birth
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3. City and State of birth of the child to be baptized
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4. Father's FULL Name [First Middle Last] *
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5. Father is...
6. Mother's FULL Name [First Middle (Maiden)Last] *
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7. Mother is...
8. Are you registered in a parish? *
9. If yes, where are you registered?
10. Residence Address [street/mailing address]
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11. Residence Address [City, ST Zip]
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12. Best Phone number *
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13. Email *
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14. If you have other children, please tell us their name(s) and age(s)
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15. Have you previously completed a baptism preparation class? One parent is asked to attend a Baptism Preparation class at St. Matthew or to have already completed a preparation class previously. *
16. If no, please indicate the baptism preparation class you wish to attend? (Class are held in the Church Library from 9:45 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. on a Sunday)
17. Were the parents married by a Catholic priest or deacon?* *
18. If no, were either parents previously married?*
19. Comments (if needed) *The answers to these questions do not preclude or presume the administration of the Sacrament of Baptism.* [Parents who are baptizing children at a different parish, please provide name and address of church here]
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20. Godparent (must be Catholic)
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21. Godparent (must be Catholic)
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22. My preference for baptism is....
23. Other comments, if needed...(Godparents-please provide your address here and the address of the church requesting a letter)
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