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Canon 681

1. For an infant to be licitly baptized it is necessary that:

(1) there is a founded hope that the infant will be educated in

the Catholic Church, with due regard for 5; (2) the parents, or

at least one of them, or the person who lawfully takes their

place, consent. 2. An abandoned infant or a foundling, unless

his baptism is certainly established, should be baptized. 3.

Those who lack the use of reason from infancy are to be baptized

as infants. 4. An infant either of Catholic parents or even of

non-Catholics, who is in a critical situation wherein death is

prudently foreseen before he or she reaches the use of reason, is

licitly baptized. 5. The infant of non-Catholic Christians is

licitly baptized, if the parents, or one of them or the one who

legitimately takes their place, request it and if it is physically or morally impossible to approach their own minister.




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