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Concerning Cases of Conscience Regarding the Use of the Sacraments and, in Specific, Baptism
This article concerning casuistry and baptism was originally written in Latin by Friedrich Balduin. Pages 390-408, Chapter XI Translated by Wade R. Johnston for Senior Dogmatics, 2003.
Baptism, Confirmation, and First Communion
When is the best time to begin confirmation instruction with the youth, or what are some factors that affect the timing of first communion? These questions and more are answered by Albrecht. He arrives at his position by ...
Ego Te Baptizo: The Church's Liturgy as Instrument of the Baptizing God
The key component to the rite of holy baptism is the sacrament itself: the washing with water combined with the word, which offers the forgiveness of sins. Throughout the centuries after Christ, other aspects surrounding ...
"Pastor, Am I Baptized?"
How should we deal with people who have been baptized in non-traditional ways? Not only does Professor Gurgel tackle this question, but he also dives deep into the doctrine of baptism and the word to understand the underlying ...