Baptism - Circumcision


Also called "Al Khitân" الْخِتَانَ in literary Arabic, "Tahara" in dialect or "Sünnet" in Turkish, circumcision is an important stage in the life of your little boy. It usually takes place between the seventh day of his life and the age of thirteen and is a prophetic tradition strongly recommended in Islam.

In the Jewish religion, also called Brit Milah בְרִית מִילָה in Hebrew, male babies are traditionally circumcised on the eighth day after birth.

Religious Baptism / Civil Baptism

For Catholics, religious baptism is an important stage in the life of their child, it formalizes his entry into the great Christian family. Through baptism, the parents of the child also make a commitment before God to give a Christian education to their baptized child.

Also called Republican baptism, civil baptism is a way of celebrating the birth of a baby outside of any religious reference. The civil baptism takes place at the town hall, in front of family and friends and in the presence of the godfathers and godmothers of the child.

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