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How many children were saved in Sodom and Gomorrah? None
Because the sodomites had perverted them. Everyone from the youngest to the oldest wanted to rape the angels who were in Lot's house.
If a priest really wants to save one of these children, the first thing he has to do is remove them from the immediate danger and he must do everything possible to get that child out of that wicked …More
How many children were saved in Sodom and Gomorrah? None
Because the sodomites had perverted them. Everyone from the youngest to the oldest wanted to rape the angels who were in Lot's house.
If a priest really wants to save one of these children, the first thing he has to do is remove them from the immediate danger and he must do everything possible to get that child out of that wicked environment that will destroy both his soul and his body. That is why it is a false compassion to say that someone wants the good of that child without first doing what he has to do. The parable of the good Samaritan first takes care of providing the physical care of the Samaritan.
No good priest can limit himself to throwing holy water at a possessed person without wanting to exorcise him first.
If someone sees a child in the middle of a fire, he must first remove the child from the immediate danger. A priest who lends himself to this farce supporting gay adoptions does not care about the salvation of the sodomite or the salvation of the child. He is instrumentalizing baptism as a gay right because he supports sodomy.
The Gay lobby is using false compassion to promote gay adoptions and committing sacrilege against the sacrament of baptism to legalize gay adoptions that are a complete sham because even the fraudulent baptism document contains the deception that their parents are gay where they even accept the change of sex that is contrary to the Laws of God. And the same document teaches the child a lie legalized by a pro gay priest.
This is self-deceiving as the statistics show.
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Ordo Militaris Radio In the case of the transvestite Roberto Trinidad, the sodomite said in front of the press that he was not going to educate the children according to Catholic doctrine but that he was going to teach them to accept homosexuality. This is a violation of the requirement of the code of canon law that invalidates the sacrament because there was no intention of educating children …More
Ordo Militaris Radio In the case of the transvestite Roberto Trinidad, the sodomite said in front of the press that he was not going to educate the children according to Catholic doctrine but that he was going to teach them to accept homosexuality. This is a violation of the requirement of the code of canon law that invalidates the sacrament because there was no intention of educating children in the Catholic faith but they committed sacrilege to support gay adoptions. The Sacrament is administered to the children of Christians the promise was not for the children of the pagans or apostates or heretics. There is greater punishment for the one who after receiving the baptism becomes apostate for that reason in the time of San Augustin the baptism is deferred until the adult age because after the baptism who rejects the faith tramples the blood of Christ and there is no salvation for that person as stated by Hebrews 10:16
The Canon Law 868 §1 For an infant to be baptised lawfully it is required:
1° that the parents, or at least one of them, or the person who lawfully holds their place, give their consent;
2° that there be a well-founded hope that the child will be brought up in the catholic religion. If such hope is truly lacking, the baptism is, in accordance with the provisions of particular law, to be deferred and the parents advised of the reason for this” (CIC 868 §1).

Father Herman B. Kramer (1884-1976)
Author of the renowned "The Book of Destiny" (1956) pointed out without censor, several points of the dark days of the Church that we are obviously living in our own day.

New Sacraments: "The False Prophet may institute secret rites, through which the followers of Antichrist will be advanced by degrees into the deeper mysticism of his cult. A sort of diabolical sacramental system would thus be instituted conferring the graces of Satan and consecrating people to the service of the Beast." page 325
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@Ordo Militaris Radio That is why the Catholic Church opposes homosexuals adopting children because they corrupt them, forcing them to live in a corrupt environment contrary to the law of God as if they were slaves or animals of private property or an object that can be bought. Homosexuals are violating the rights of children to have a father and a mother It is medically proven that children in …More
@Ordo Militaris Radio That is why the Catholic Church opposes homosexuals adopting children because they corrupt them, forcing them to live in a corrupt environment contrary to the law of God as if they were slaves or animals of private property or an object that can be bought. Homosexuals are violating the rights of children to have a father and a mother It is medically proven that children in these environments suffer psychological and spiritual violence and all the Countries for the common Good of the Children should ban the illegal sale of gametes to manufacture children in the laboratory. The unjust Gay laws have favored the powerful Gay Lobby that oppress the weakest and most defenseless violating their rights to children.
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Necessity of Baptism
If the knowledge of what has been hitherto explained be, as it is, of highest importance to the faithful, it is no less important to them to learn that the law of Baptism, as established by our Lord, extends to all, so that unless they are regenerated to God through the grace of Baptism, be their parents Christians or infidels, they …More
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Necessity of Baptism
If the knowledge of what has been hitherto explained be, as it is, of highest importance to the faithful, it is no less important to them to learn that the law of Baptism, as established by our Lord, extends to all, so that unless they are regenerated to God through the grace of Baptism, be their parents Christians or infidels, they are born to eternal misery and destruction. Pastors, therefore, should often explain these words of the Gospel: Unless a man be born again of water and the Holy Ghost, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God.

Infant Baptism: It's Necessity

That this law extends not only to adults but also to infants and children, and that the Church has received this from Apostolic tradition, is confirmed by the unanimous teaching and authority of the Fathers.

Besides, it is not to be supposed that Christ the Lord would have withheld the Sacrament and grace of Baptism from children, of whom He said: Suffer the little children, and forbid them not to come to me; for the kingdom of heaven is for such; ° whom also He embraced, upon whom He imposed hands, to whom He gave His blessing.

Moreover, when we read that an entire family was baptised by Paul, it is sufficiently obvious that the children of the family must also have been cleansed in the saving font.

Circumcision, too, which was a figure of Baptism, affords strong argument in proof of this practice. That children were circumcised on the eighth day is universally known. If then circumcision, made by hand, in despoiling of the body of the flesh, was profitable to children, it is clear that Baptism, which is the circumcision of Christ, not made by hand, is also profitable to them.

Finally, as the Apostle teaches, if by one man's offence death reigned through one, much more they who receive abundance of grace, and of the gift, and of justice, shall reign in life through one, Jesus Christ. If, then, through the transgression of Adam, children inherit original sin, with still stronger reason can they attain through Christ our Lord grace and justice that they may reign in life. This, however, cannot be effected otherwise than by Baptism.

Pastors, therefore, should inculcate the absolute necessity of administering Baptism to infants, and of gradually forming their tender minds to piety by education in the Christian religion. For according to these admirable words of the wise man: A young man according to his way, even when he is old, he will not depart from it.

Infants Receive The Graces Of Baptism
It may not be doubted that in Baptism infants receive the mysterious gifts of faith. Not that they believe with the assent of the mind, but they are established in the faith of their parents, if the parents profess the true faith; if not--to use the words of St. Augustine--then in that of the universal society of the saints; for they are rightly said to be presented for Baptism by all those to whom their initiation in that sacred rite is a source of joy, and by whose charity they are united to the communion of the Holy Ghost.

Baptism Of Infants Should Not Be Delayed
The faithful are earnestly to be exhorted to take care that their children be brought to the church, as soon as it can be done with safety, to receive solemn Baptism. Since infant children have no other means of salvation except Baptism, we may easily understand how grievously those persons sin who permit them to remain without the grace of the Sacrament longer than necessity may require, particularly at an age so tender as to be exposed to numberless dangers of death." catholicapologetics.info/…/Holy7Sacraments…
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Effects of Baptism

To inflame the minds of the faithful, however, with a zeal for true piety, pastors will find no means more efficacious than an accurate exposition of the effects of Baptism.
The effects of Baptism should be frequently explained, in order that the faithful may be rendered more sensible of the high dignity to which they have been raised, …More
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Effects of Baptism

To inflame the minds of the faithful, however, with a zeal for true piety, pastors will find no means more efficacious than an accurate exposition of the effects of Baptism.
The effects of Baptism should be frequently explained, in order that the faithful may be rendered more sensible of the high dignity to which they have been raised, and may never suffer themselves to be cast down therefrom by the snares or assaults of Satan.

First Effect Of Baptism: Remission Of Sin

They are to be taught, in the first place, that such is the admirable efficacy of this Sacrament that it remits original sin and actual guilt, however unthinkable its enormity may seem.

This was foretold long before by Ezechiel, through whom God said: I will pour upon you clean water, and you shall be cleansed from all your filthiness. The Apostle also, writing to the Corinthians, after having enumerated a long catalogue of sins, adds: such you were, but you are washed, but you are sanctified.

That such was at all times the doctrine handed down by holy Church is clear. By the generation of the flesh, says St. Augustine in his book On the Baptism of Infants, we contract original sin only; by the regeneration of the Spirit, we obtain forgiveness not only of original, but also of actual sins. St. Jerome also, writing to Oceanus, says: all sins are forgiven in Baptism.

To remove all further doubt on the subject, the Council of Trent, after other Councils had defined this, declared it anew, pronouncing anathema against those who should presume to think otherwise, or should dare to assert that although sin is forgiven in Baptism, it is not entirely removed or totally eradicated, but is cut away in such a manner as to leave its roots still fixed in the soul. To use the words of the same holy Council, God hates nothing in those who are regenerated; for there remains nothing deserving of condemnation in those who are truly buried with Christ by Baptism unto death, "who walk not according to the flesh" but putting off the old man, and putting on the new, who is created according to God, become innocent, spotless, pure, upright, and beloved of God.

Concupiscence Which Remains After Baptism Is No Sin

We must confess, however, that concupiscence, or the fuel of sin, still remains, as the Council declares in the same place. But concupiscence does not constitute sin, for, as St. Augustine observes, in children who have been baptised the guilt of concupiscence is removed, (the concupiscence itself) remains for probation; and in another place he says: the guilt of concupiscence is pardoned in Baptism, but its infirmity remains. For concupiscence which is the effect of sin is nothing more than an appetite of the soul in itself repugnant to reason. But if it is not accompanied by the consent of the will or by negligence, it is very far from being sin.

When St. Paul says, I did not know concupiscence, if the law did not say: Thou shalt not covet, he speaks not of concupiscence itself, but of the fault of the will.
The same doctrine is taught by St. Gregory when he says: If there are any who assert that in Baptism sin is but superficially effaced, what could be more untrue than their statement? By the Sacrament of faith the soul, entirely freed from sin, adheres to God alone. In proof of this doctrine he has recourse to the testimony of our Saviour who says in St. John: He that is washed, needeth not but to wash his feet, but is clean wholly.

Further Proof Of The First Effect Of Baptism

Should anyone desire a striking figure and image (of the efficacy of Baptism) let him consider the history of Naaman the Syrian leper, of whom the Scriptures inform us that when he had washed seven times in the waters of the Jordan he was so cleansed from his leprosy that his flesh became like the flesh of a child.
The remission of all sin, original and actual, is therefore the peculiar effect of Baptism. That this was the object of its institution by our Lord and Saviour is clearly stated by the Prince of the Apostles, to say nothing of other testimonies, when he says: Do penance and be baptised every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ, for the remission of sins.

The Second Effect Of Baptism: Remission Of All Punishment Due To Sin

In Baptism not only is sin forgiven, but with it all the punishment due to sin is mercifully remitted by God. To communicate the efficacy of the Passion of Christ our Lord is an effect common to all the Sacraments; but of Baptism alone does the Apostle say, that by it we die and are buried together with Christ.
Hence holy Church has always understood that to impose those works of piety, usually called by the holy Fathers works of satisfaction, on one who is to be cleansed in Baptism, would be injurious to this Sacrament in the highest degree.
Nor is there any discrepancy between the doctrine here taught and the practice of the primitive Church, which of old commanded the Jews, when preparing for Baptism, to observe a fast of forty successive days. (The fast thus imposed) was not enjoined as a work of satisfaction; but those who had received Baptism were thus admonished to devote some time to the uninterrupted exercise of fasting and prayer in honour of so great a Sacrament.

Baptism Does Not Exempt From Penalties Of The Civil Law
Although the remission by Baptism of the punishments due to sin cannot be questioned, we are not to infer that it exempts an offender from the punishments decreed by civil tribunals for some grave crime. Thus a person sentenced to death is not rescued by Baptism from the penalty ordained by the law.

We cannot, however, too highly commend the religion and piety of those rulers who remit the sentence of the law, that the glory of God may be the more strikingly displayed in His Sacraments.

Baptism Remits The Punishment Due To Original Sin After Death

Baptism also remits all the punishment due to original sin after this life, for through the merit of the death of our Lord we are able to attain this blessing. By Baptism, as we have already said, we die with Christ. For if, says the Apostle, we have been planted together in the likeness of his death, we shall be also in the likeness of his resurrection.

Baptism Does Not Free Us From The Miseries Of Life

Should it be asked why immediately after Baptism we are not exempt in this mortal life from misfortunes and restored by the influence of this sacred ablution to that state of perfection in which Adam, the father of the human race, was placed before his fall, the answer will be that there are two chief reasons for this.
In the first place we who by Baptism are united to, and become members of Christ's body, should not be more honoured than our Head. Now Christ our Lord, although clothed from His birth with the plenitude of grace and truth, was not divested of human infirmity which He assumed, until, having suffered and died, He rose to the glory of immortality. It cannot appear extraordinary, therefore, if the faithful, even after they have received the grace of justification by Baptism, are clothed with frail and perishable bodies until, having undergone many labours for the sake of Christ, and having closed their earthly career, they are recalled to life and found worthy to enjoy with Him an eternity of bliss.

The second reason why bodily infirmity, disease, sense of pain and motions of concupiscence remain after Baptism is that in them we may have the seed and material of virtue from which we shall hereafter receive a more abundant harvest of glory and more ample rewards. When, with patient resignation, we bear all the trials of life, and, aided by the divine assistance, subject to the dominion of reason the rebellious desires of the heart, we ought to cherish an assured hope that if, with the Apostle we shall have fought a good fight, finished the course, and kept the faith, the Lord, the just judge, will render to us on that day a crown of justice which is laid up for us.

Such seems to have been the divine plan with regard to the children of Israel. God delivered them from the bondage of Egypt, having drowned Pharaoh and his hosts in the sea; yet He did not conduct them immediately into the happy land of promise; He first tried them by a variety and multiplicity of sufferings. And when He afterwards placed them in possession of the promised land and expelled the previous inhabitants from their native territories, yet He left a few other nations whom the Israelites could not exterminate, in order that His people might always have occasion to exercise fortitude and warlike courage.

We may add that if, to the heavenly gifts with which the soul is adorned in Baptism, were joined temporal advantages, there would be good reason to doubt whether many might not approach Baptism with a view to obtain such advantages in this life, rather than the glory to be hoped for in the next; whereas the Christian should always propose to himself, not these delusive and uncertain goods which are seen, but the solid and eternal ones which are not seen.

Baptism A Source Of Happiness To The Christian Even In This Life
This life, however, although full of misery, does not lack its pleasures and joys. To us, who by Baptism are engrafted as branches on Christ's what could be more pleasing or desirable than, taking up the cross upon our shoulders, to follow Him as our leader, fatigued by no labor, retarded by no danger, in ardent pursuit of the rewards of our high vocation; some to receive the laurel of virginity, others the crown of teaching and preaching, some the palm of martyrdom, others the honours appropriate to their respective virtues? These splendid titles of exalted dignity none of us should receive, had we not contended in the race of this calamitous life and stood unconquered in the conflict.

Third Effect Of Baptism: Grace Of Regeneration
But to return to the effects of Baptism, it should be taught that by virtue of this Sacrament we are not only delivered from what are justly deemed the greatest of all evils, but are also enriched with invaluable goods and blessings. Our souls are replenished with divine grace, by which we are rendered just and children of God and are made heirs to eternal salvation. For it is written: He that believeth and is baptised, shall be saved, and the Apostle testifies that the Church is cleansed by the laver of water in the word of life. Now according to the definition of the Council of Trent, which under pain of anathema we are bound to believe, grace not only remits sin, but is also a divine quality inherent in the soul, and, as it were, a brilliant light that effaces all those stains which obscure the lustre of the soul, investing it with increased brightness and beauty. This is also a clear inference from the words of Scripture when it says that grace is poured forth, and also when it usually calls grace, the pledge of the Holy Ghost.

Fourth Effect Of Baptism: Infused Virtues And Incorporation With Christ
This grace is accompanied by a most splendid train of all virtues, which are divinely infused into the soul along with grace. Hence, when writing to Titus, the Apostle says: He saved us by the laver of regeneration and renovation of the Holy Ghost, whom he hath poured forth upon us abundantly, through Jesus Christ our Saviour. St. Augustine, in explanation of the words, poured forth abundantly, says: that is, for the remission of sins and for abundance of virtues.
By Baptism we are also united to Christ, as members to their Head. As therefore from the head proceeds the power by which the different members of the body are moved to the proper performance of their respective functions, so from the fullness of Christ the Lord are diffused divine grace and virtue through all those who are justified, qualifying them for the performance of all the duties of Christian piety.

Why The Practice Of Virtue Is Difficult Even After Baptism
Though we are thus supported by a powerful array of virtues, it should not excite our surprise if we cannot, without much labor and difficulty, undertake, or at least, perform acts of piety and of moral virtue. If this is so, it is not because the goodness of God has not bestowed on us the virtues from which these good works proceed; but because there still remains after Baptism a severe conflict of the flesh against the spirit, in which, however, it would not become a Christian to be dispirited or grow faint.

Relying on the divine goodness we should confidently hope that by a constant habit of leading a holy life the time will come when whatever things are modest, whatever just, whatever holy, will also prove easy and agreeable. Let these be the subjects of our willing consideration, the objects of our cheerful practice, that the God of peace may be with us.

Fifth Effect Of Baptism: Character Of Christian
By Baptism, moreover, we are sealed with a character that can never be effaced from the soul. On this point, however, we need not speak at length, for what we have already sufficiently said on the subject, when treating of the Sacraments in general, may be applied here."
Almighty God bless you, brother. I remember when Bergoglio told the Muhammads to stay with the Quran. He said to them, the faith of your parents will never let them down. This is blasphemy, bekause Muhammad teached his followers that Jesus was NOT crucified.
Bergoglio klearly hates Jesus, and therefore I hate Bergoglio. False Francis is a bastard of the devil.
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En Argentina, Bergoglio apoyó las adopciones homosexuales y rehusó sacrílegamente el sacramento del bautismo a un derecho gay y criticó a los sacerdotes que se oponían a él.

Bergoglio que ha negado el pecado original y el significado cristiano del bautismo al afirmarque bautizaría una expedición de marcianos si así lo pidieran. Ahora llama a los sacerdotes que no …More
Viernes, 18 de mayo de 2018

En Argentina, Bergoglio apoyó las adopciones homosexuales y rehusó sacrílegamente el sacramento del bautismo a un derecho gay y criticó a los sacerdotes que se oponían a él.

Bergoglio que ha negado el pecado original y el significado cristiano del bautismo al afirmarque bautizaría una expedición de marcianos si así lo pidieran. Ahora llama a los sacerdotes que no bautizan a los niños extramatrimoniales " ANIMALES " .

Bergoglio está abusando del sacramento del bautismo y el maltrato como si fuera un derecho y no un privilegio para aquellos que se arrepienten y se convierten en cristianos. Es un privilegio que se extiende a los hijos de los cristianos y su familia de acuerdo con las promesas del Espíritu Santo conforme a las Escrituras.

El bautismo es "un signo dado por Jesucristo a los fieles, así como el Anticristo dará a sus seguidores el signo de la bestia" (San Hipólito).

San Agustín advirtió que: El bautismo, que es una bendición para los creyentes, se convierte en una maldición para los herejes.

En Argentina, Bergoglio apoyó las adopciones homosexuales e insultó y persiguió a lossacerdotes argentinos que se oponían al sacrilegio de impartir el sacramento del bautismo que apoya las adopciones homosexuales. Porque la Iglesia requiere que los niños reciban una educación católica que es imposible en ambientes de corrupción infantil, por lo que los sodomitas tendrían que separarse, arrepentirse o entregar a los hijos a sus parientes cristianos para recibir una educación católica; de lo contrario, el niño tiene que esperar hasta llegar a la edad de la razón y por sí mismo solicitar ser bautizado cumpliendo con los requisitos necesarios para un bautismo cristiano válido.

Bergoglio disfrazó su apoyo a las adopciones homosexuales que se esconden detrás del argumento de querer el bautismo para niños extramatrimoniales. Esto fue en reproche a los sacerdotes que se opusieron a cometer un bautismo sacrílego para niños realizado en el laboratorio por el travestí Roberto Trinidad y su pareja gay; porque Roberto apareció en su fiesta de bautismo como hombre y en su nuevo documento de identidad argentino como mujer. Bergoglio permitió el sacrilegio del bautismo al violar los requisitos del código de la ley canónica para un bautismo válido y permitió que la pareja gay recibiera una comunión sacrílega. Pero en realidad, Bergoglio no está interesado en el sacramento del bautismo, de hecho no le interesa bautizar a los hijos de los musulmanes ni a los hijos de ningún pagano o sus padres porque no busca la conversión de ninguno de ellos.

Sus antecedentes muestran que el verdadero motivo de Bergoglio es promover los bautismos sacrílegos para apoyar las adopciones homosexuales, ya que él mismo introdujo el Instrumentum Laboris en el pseudo -síndromo pro- gay -anti-familia.

INSTRUMENTUM LABORIS
CIUDAD DEL VATICANO 2014
b) Con respecto a las uniones de personas del mismo sexo
Reconocimiento Civil (110-112)
Una evaluación de las iglesias particulares (113-115)
Algunas pautas pastorales (116-119)
La transmisión de la fe a los niños en las mismas uniones sexuales (120)
www.vatican.va/.../rc_synod_doc_20...

Cardenal Pell: "Comunión para los divorciados y casados de nuevo ..." - es solo la punta del iceberg, es un caballo de acecho. Quieren cambios más amplios, el reconocimiento de las uniones civiles, el reconocimiento de las uniones homosexuales "

Dolan: Francis abrió la puerta al debate de las uniones civiles homosexuales

"Cuando todavía era el cardenal Jorge Bergoglio de Buenos Aires, Francisco habría intentado negociar con el gobierno argentino sobre la legalización del matrimonio entre homosexuales y señaló que estaría abierto a las uniones civiles como alternativa. Varios obispos de todo el mundo han dicho que los sindicatos podrían ser alternativas aceptables al matrimonio entre personas del mismo sexo ".

El Cardenal argentino Transvesti Bergolio permitió una ceremonia homosexual en una Basílica de Buenos Aires

"La Iglesia ( Jorge Mario Bergoglio ) ya había concedido el bautismo a los mellizos de la popular actriz transexual Florencia de la V y su 'esposo', siendo ella la primera persona que se acogió a la ley de identidad de género que le otorgó documentos como mujer ".

Unos pocos días ( www.infonews.com/.../ bergoglio-duro -... ) después de que este travestido 'bautiza' a sus 'hijos', Bergoglio fue duro con los sacerdotes que no bautizan a los niños extramatrimoniales. Se quejó contra los sacerdotes de la Diócesis de San Isidro porque ni Socorro Parish ni Pilar permitieron el bautismo. También dijo que aprendimos quewww.infonews.com /.../bergoglio-duro-... "Estos son los hipócritas de hoy en día los que usan el clericalismo de la Iglesia. Los que desvían a las personas del Dios de la salvación", dijo el arzobispo Bergolio. en una reunión pastoral en la Universidad Católica Argentina. "Con dolor digo, y si parece una queja o una ofensa, perdónenme, pero en los sacerdotes eclesiásticos de nuestra región que no bautizan a los hijos de madres solteras porque no fueron concebidos en la santidad del matrimonio", comentó el Arzobispo. "Di no a la hipocresía. Di no a la hipocresía del clericalismo. Di no a la mundanalidad espiritual, porque esto demuestra que uno es un negocio en lugar de ser un hombre o una mujer del evangelio", afirmó Bergoglio.

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Los falsos "padrinos" no cumplen los requisitos para un Bautismo válido.
La Ley Canon 868 §1 dijo 2 ° que hay una esperanza bien fundamentada de que el niño crezca en la religión católica.

Godparent es elegido por los padres de un recién nacido católico. Bajo la Ley Canónica 872-874, existen requisitos específicos para calificar como padrino El padrino debe ser un católico de al menos 16 años que haya recibido los sacramentos del bautismo, la reconciliación, la comunión sagrada y la confirmación.

10.3. Aquellos designados como padrinos deben haber recibido los tres sacramentos de iniciación, bautismo, confirmación y eucaristía, y vivir una vida consecuente con la fe y con la responsabilidad de un padrino.

Los padrinos deben asistir al bautismo para decir su compromiso. Deben tener una relación cercana y de apoyo con la familia. Ellos necesitan ser un buen cristiano. De acuerdo con Christian Initation 10.2. Los designados deben tener la capacidad y la intención de llevar a cabo la responsabilidad de un padrino y ser lo suficientemente maduros para hacerlo.

Si realmente falta tal esperanza, el bautismo, de acuerdo con las disposiciones de la ley particular, se diferirá y los padres informarán de la razón de esto.

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Bergoglio designó como obispo a un sacerdote que apoya las adopciones homosexuales, que profana e instrumentaliza el bautismo de niños como un derecho para los homosexuales y ofrece una comunión sacrílega a las parejas homosexuales.

Comunión sacrílega de un travestido en Argentina
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