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2 An adult in danger of death may be baptized if, with some knowledge of the principal truths of the faith, he or she has in some manner manifested the intention to receive baptism and promises to observe the requirements of the Christian religion. 866 Unless there is a grave reason to the contrary, immediately after receiving baptism an adult is to be confirmed, to participate in the celebration of the Eucharist and to receive holy communion. 867 1 Parents are obliged to see that their infants are baptized within the first few weeks.

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2 If the infant is in danger of death, it is to be baptized without any delay. 868 1 For an infant to be baptized 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 wellfounded 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.

It belongs to the same authority, or to another competent authority in accordance with can.

838 3 and 4, to determine what is required for their lawful celebration, administration and reception and for the order to be observed in their celebration. 842 1 A person who has not received baptism cannot validly be admitted to the other sacraments.

Older oil is not to be used except in a case of necessity.

2 The parish priest is to obtain the holy oils from his own Bishop and keep them carefully in fitting custody. 848 For the administration of the sacraments the minister may not ask for anything beyond the offerings which are determined by the competent authority, and he must always ensure that the needy are not deprived of the help of the sacraments by reason of poverty. 849 Baptism, the gateway to the sacraments, is necessary for salvation, either by actual reception or at least by desire.2 One who is incapable of personal responsibility is regarded as an infant even in regard to baptism. 853 Apart from a case of necessity, the water to be used in conferring baptism is to be blessed, in accordance with the provisions of the liturgical books. 854 Baptism is to be conferred either by immersion or by pouring, in accordance with the provisions of the Episcopal Conference. 855 Parents, sponsors and parish priests are to take care that a name is not given which is foreign to Christian sentiment. 856 Though baptism may be celebrated on any day, it is recommended that normally it be celebrated on a Sunday or, if possible, on the vigil of Easter. 857 1 Apart from a case of necessity, the proper place for baptism is a church or an oratory.2 As a rule and unless a just reason suggests otherwise, an adult is to be baptized in his or her proper parish church, and an infant in the proper parish church of the parents. 858 1 Each parish church is to have a baptismal font, without prejudice to the same right already acquired by other churches.Accordingly: 1 an adult who intends to receive baptism is to be admitted to the catechumenate and, as far as possible, brought through the various stages to sacramental initiation, in accordance with the rite of initiation as adapted by the Episcopal Conference and with the particular norms issued by it; 2 the parents of a child who is to be baptized, and those who are to undertake the office of sponsors, are to be suitably instructed on the meaning of this sacrament and the obligations attaching to it.The parish priest is to see to it that either he or others duly prepare the parents, by means of pastoral advice and indeed by prayer together; a number of families might be brought together for this purpose and, where possible, each family visited. 852 1 The provisions of the canons on adult baptism apply to all those who, being no longer infants, have reached the use of reason.3 If in the cases mentioned in 1 and 2 a doubt remains about the conferring of the baptism or its validity, baptism is not to be conferred until the doctrine of the sacrament of baptism is explained to the person to be baptized, if that person is an adult.

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