In the still recent past, it was common practice

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In the still recent past, it was common practice

Post by jancancook on Thu Mar 24, 2011 7:04 am

In the still recent past, it was common practice in the Catholic Church to baptize conditionally almost every convert from Protestantism because of a perceived difficulty in judging about the validity in any concrete instance. In the case of the major Protestant denominations, agreements involving assurances about the manner in which they administer baptism has ended this practice, which sometimes continues for other groups of Protestant tradition. The Catholic Church has always recognized the validity of baptism in the Churches of Eastern Christianity, but it has explicitly denied the validity of the baptism conferred in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.[21] It does not recognize a baptismal ceremony in which the names of the three Persons of the Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, are replaced by descriptions such as Creator, Redeemer and Sanctifier, and requires that the conditional form should not be used when baptizing people who have received this kind of baptism.[22]

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