Author Topic: Can infants who we wish to baptize(but die) be baptized in an extraordinary way?  (Read 547 times)

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What of the babies/infants who die without baptism, and whose parents have no desire for them to receive it?
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What of the babies/infants who die without baptism, and whose parents have no desire for them to receive it?
Then the Mortal Sin of their parents is imputed to them and they go to the Hell of the Damned. Just kidding.
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