Greek Christenings are just as beautiful as Greek Weddings and they are also celebrated with many religious and cultural traditions.
Watch Loukia’s Magical Baptism and listen to her loving parents as they express their joyous and unconditional love ~ Filmed in Quebec, Canada on 16 March 2013 by Videovibes Studios.
There are many Greek Christening Traditions celebrated across the world and I plan to explore these traditions in more detail over the next few posts. Here are some of the topics I will soon write about:
- Christening Candles – Styles, Shapes and Themes
- The Responsibility of God Parents
- What a Nouna/Nouno has to do to prepare for the Christening
- Everything Comes in Threes
- Three Days After a Greek Orthodox Christening
If you have any comments about these topics then I’d love to hear from you. Share your own Greek Christening Traditions by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have you every been a Nouno or a Nouna?
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