At what age do you baptize a baby in Catholic Church?
In the Latin-Rite (i.e.
Western) Catholic Church, the sacrament is to be conferred at about the age of discretion (generally taken to be about 7), unless the Episcopal Conference has decided on a different age, or there is danger of death or, in the judgement of the minister, a grave reason suggests otherwise (canon ….
Will I go to heaven if I am not baptized?
You cannot go to Heaven unless you are baptized in the Spirit. This is not some weird thing where you do crazy stuff and blame it on the Spirit. Rather, it is the normal thing which happens when you trust the Lord Jesus Christ as your personal Savior and are born-again.
Can a child be baptized Catholic If the parents are not married?
There are priests who will baptize the children of unmarried couples, as long as there seems to be a sincere effort to raise the child in the Catholic faith. … But if they are working on overcoming the issues that are preventing them from getting married, then the priest would consider baptizing their child.
Can you baptize a baby without godparents?
No, children need godparents so you can’t have a baptism without them.
Can anyone baptize a baby in the Catholic Church?
“If the ordinary minister is absent or impeded, a catechist or some other person deputed to this office by the local Ordinary, may lawfully confer baptism; indeed, in a case of necessity, any person who has the requisite intention may do so (canon 861 §2), even a non-Catholic or indeed a non-Christian.