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Canon 677

1. Baptism is administered ordinarily by a priest; but, with

due regard for particular law, the proper pastor of the person to

be baptized, or another priest with the permission of the same

pastor or the local hierarch, is competent for its administration, which permission, for a serious reason is lawfully presumed. 2. In case of necessity, baptism can be administered by

a deacon or, in his absence or if he is impeded, by another cleric, a member of an institute of consecrated life, or by any

other Christian faithful; even by the mother or father, if another person is not available who knows how to baptize.




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