[quote="akka, post:1, topic:296519"]
I have not been baptised Catholic yet because of the current situation I have ...] I can't even call the church in my parish and other parish.
With regards to Baptism, according to the Catechism:
1256 ...] In case of necessity, anyone, even a non-baptized person, with the required intention, can baptize , by using the Trinitarian baptismal formula. The intention required is to will to do what the Church does when she baptizes.
1284 In case of necessity, any person can baptize provided that he have the intention of doing that which the Church does and provided that he pours water on the candidate's head while saying: "I baptize you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit."
From the Code of Canon Law:
861 §1 The ordinary minister of baptism is a Bishop, a priest or a deacon, without prejudice to the provision of can. 530, n. 1.
§2 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. Pastors of souls, especially parish priests, are to be diligent in ensuring that Christ's faithful are taught the correct way to baptise.
Can. 862 Except in a case of necessity, it is unlawful for anyone without due permission to confer baptism outside his own territory, not even upon his own subjects.
Other helpful quotes on this topic:
"One who, in case of necessity, has been baptized with private baptism should afterwards be brought to the Church to have the ceremonies of solemn baptism completed, because these ceremonies are commanded by the Church and bring down blessings upon us." (Baltimore Catechism, l. 14. q. 648)
That adults may worthily receive baptism:
They must be willing to receive it;
They must have faith in Christ;
They must have true sorrow for their sins, and
They must solemnly renounce the devil and all his works; that is, all sin.
(Baltimore Catechism, l. 14. q. 668)