The baby's mother reasoned that the couple has only been together a year and they "want to keep the guest list to the minimum."
"To simply bluntly state that you don't want to be there seems like an attempt to intentionally offend someone."
In her now-viral Reddit post, the teen said she performed a witch "baptism" on her aunt, in which she declared her aunt a witch and "the lawful wife of Satan."
The group putting on the Pride event told Newsweek the Satanic Temple Idaho "dropped out of the event on their own accord."
Although Father Andres Arango performed the sacrament on numerous people through the years, officials are now saying none of them were authentic.
The diocese said in a statement that "experiencing feelings of same-sex attraction or gender dysphoria" is not a sin, but "freely acting upon them is."
The man who threatened Pastor Daniel Miller at his home in Pennsylvania had also attacked after as his father as he slept.
Pastor Ed Litton has apologized for not revealing that parts of his sermons had been taken from another Southern Baptist pastor.
After being pulled over by a Hamilton County Sheriff's deputy, a woman claims that he stripped down to his underwear and forcibly baptized her in Soddy Lake. Now, she's suing the department for $11 million.
"It is illegal for coaches to organize or participate in religious activities with students, including baptisms," the Freedom From Religion Foundation wrote to the school superintendent.
Police are investigating the incident captured on video which shows the priest plunging the infant into a font that is too small.
The Court Circular has recorded official royal engagements for more than 200 years.
Church of England rules require details of all baptisms to be recorded in publicly-available registers.
The priest struck the boy on the face before aggressively placing his hands over his mouth to silence him.
The long-standing practice breaks church rules.
In what would be a controversial move, the Church could start administering sacraments online.