Father definition

Father means a man presumed to be the natural father of a child if:
Father means the male, biological parent of a child.
Father means the male, biological parent of a child when used in reference to the declaration of paternity registry.

Examples of Father in a sentence

  • See Benedict XVI, Address by the Holy Father: Meeting with the Clergy, (Warsaw, 05.25.2006), 6-7.

  • See Francis, Address of the Holy Father: Meeting with Clergy, Religious and Semi- narians (El Quinche 07.08.2015), nr 7-8, https://w2.vatican.va/content/francesco/ en/speeches/2015/july/documents/papa-francesco_20150708_ecuador-religiosi.

  • To him have great blessings been granted, but through him great blessing are granted to you and me too, through the grace and merits of our older Brother Jesus Christ, to whom belongs the glory, with the Father and the Holy Spirit, now and forever.

  • Christian spiritual formation, therefore, strives to foster filial devotion to God the Father, to establish and deepen ones relationship with His Son Jesus Christ, and to submit oneself to the action of the Holy Spirit.

  • This view “exaggerate[s] the oneness of the Father and the Son” and reduces the Trinity to a single Person.

More Definitions of Father

Father means a man who is a father under the law of this state, including a man who, in accordance with § 46b-172, executes a binding acknowledgment of paternity and a man determined to be a father under chapter 815y.
Father means the man who:-
Father means a birth, foster, step, or legally adoptive male parent.
Father means the parent-child relationship is established between a man and a child by:
Father means a man who in the case of a child who is being carried by a woman as a result of placing in the woman an embryo or sperm and eggs or the artificial insemination of the woman—
Father means biological father or adopted father;