I am having this dilemma that is really bothering me. One of my brothers is having his child baptized. He is a non-practicing Catholic and his fiancee too is a non-practicing Catholic. However, both of them want to start practicing again and get married in the Church, along with raising their child in the Church. They met with a priest(Just a few days ago) and the Baptism of their child is scheduled for next Sunday. They asked me to be the Godparent which I was happy to be. However, they also wanted one of my other brothers(who is baptized Catholic but not confirmed) to be the “Witness”. I politely went over Canon Law with my Brother(since he does not know the laws well and he had mentioned that he wanted me to help him learn the faith) and informed him that only a non-Catholic Baptized Christian could be a witness. To this he got quite angry and told me that I was “Ruining the Baptism”. He no longer wants me to be the Godparent and is just being absolutely ridiculous about it. My question is, should I even go to the Baptism? I fully support the child and hope to help her grow up in the faith but I just am confused as to whether I should even go now. Any suggestions?