[quote="Krishapbh, post:1, topic:311450"]
Please forgive me if I'm posting in the wrong section. I need serious and urgent advise on Baptism Sacrament.
What is the procedure of Baptism for Non Catholic or Non Christian in Indian Parish?
The Case is:
I got married in a Court and not in Church to a Guy who is Roman Catholic and now is blessed with a baby boy. Soon he will turn to 40 days so need urgent advise on the procedure of Baptism for him.
And will I also need to get Baptized?:confused:
To get your child baptised the priest would have to be sure that the child will be brought in the Catholic faith otherwise it can be refused.
I don't fully understand your situation anyway. Are you saying that your husband is not a practising Catholic? Why were the two of you not married in Church and if you are not Catholic and your husband is not a practising Catholic why do you want your child baptised as a Catholic?
Can. 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.
§2 An infant of Catholic parents, indeed even of non-catholic parents, may in danger of death be baptised even if the parents are opposed to it.