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Ralph Wanderone, the baptismal name by which few knew Fats, claimed without dispute: "Nobody can beat me playing cards or pool for money.
Agnes Gonxha, her baptismal name, was born in Albania in 1910 and joined the Sisters of Loreto and did missionary work in Calcutta, India.
My baptismal name with its addition at Confirmation is - Allan Peter Ralph Francis of Assisi de Noronha
Like my adult students who can't quite bring themselves to call me by my baptismal name, this tradition suggests that it's not quite right to use God's name in the same way as one would the name of a peer.
Allam who chose Cristiano as his baptismal name, called that day "the most beautiful day of my life.
Vishwalingam, whose Sri Lankan mother settled in Malaysia, narrated how he went from a staunchly traditional Hindu background to become a devout catholic with the baptismal name Lawrence.
John's Gospel is interpreted by some scholars as a reference to Leo X's first baptismal name of Giovanni, his other names being Damaso and Romolo.
Michael Bennet, "Spiritual Kinship and the Baptismal Name in Traditional Society," in Principalities and Powers and Estates: Studies in Medieval and Modern Government and Society, ed.
My baptismal name, since Confirmation completes Baptism.
Like many other artisans, in his adopted city Francesco Capriani followed his baptismal name with that of his native city: Francesco Capriani da Volterra, or more usually Francesco da Volterra.
Finally, two popes with the baptismal name Peter--John XIV (983-984) and Sergius IV (1009-1012)--changed their names out of respect for the first bishop of Rome.
Thus it would be perfectly acceptable if some future pope decided to revive the practice of the first millennium and keep his baptismal name.