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For over twenty years Together at Baptism (650,000 copies sold) has been the leading resource for parental preparation for their child's baptism.
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Together at Baptism has been revised to follow the Rite of Baptism for Several Children and offers both spiritual support and solid information about the sacramental life of the Church. A wonderful guide for parents, godparents, and the entire parish community! Our faith seeks understanding and in Together at Baptism Robert Hamma fosters that understanding with a profound appreciation for the sacrament and what it means for our life together in Christ. Bishop Robert F. Morneau Pastor of Resurrection Parish Diocese of Green Bay. Series.
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Al-Hamma (Arabic: الحمّة) was a Palestinian Arab village in the Tiberias Subdistrict, 12 kilometres (. mi) southeast of Tiberias. It was depopulated in July 1949. During the Roman Empire it was known as Emmatha. During this period, Al-Hamma belonged to the district of Gadara.