My non-expert opinion: The RC baptism would be considered valid, I'm reasonably sure, regardless of what the parents do re: the Lutheran church. But baptism only gets you so far. There will be the matter of confirmation, and eventual church membership. The RC church would almost certainly disallow 'dual-citizenship'. The Lutheran church is like RC in a lot of ways, but is not within the RC communion.Roman Catholic AnswerA child could only be baptised in the Catholic Church after the parents have attended classes, and then, at the baptism itself, made solemn promises to bring the child up as a Catholic. Anything like a "dedication in the Lutheran church" would be considered apostasy - a very serious sin. I do not think such a situation would occur except in, perhaps, a mixed marriage, where the couple was thinking of having the Lutheran service to pacify the in-laws. This, again, would be a serious breach of their duty towards their child and they should discuss this with their priest.
There is a Lutheran Church and a Catholic Church but no Lutheran Catholic Church.
Yes, it is possible and it is not proper to use the word "Get". It is "Receive" Communion.
The problem with this is with the Roman Catholic Church, not the Lutheran Church. You must be a baptized member of the Roman Catholic faith to be a godparent in a Roman Catholic baptism, and vice-versa in a Lutheran baptism.
yes, everyone is welcome into the catholic church, but the couple must get baptised themselves.
Anglo-Lutheran Catholic Church was created in 1997.
To initiate yourself into the Catholic Church.
Yes J.f.Kennedy was baptised in a catholic church.
Catholics are Christians. So any baby baptised in a Catholic Church is being baptised as a Christian. If you want your baby to be a Protestant, another type of Christian, then you would not have them baptised in a Catholic church.
.Catholic AnswerThe Lutheran Ecclesial Community did not "break away" from the Catholic Church. It was founded by Martin Luther, a heretic who left the Catholic Church in the sixteenth century and was excommunicated.
No it does not.
Lutherans require a sponsor to be a member of the Lutheran Church just as the Catholic Church requires a sponsor to be a baptized member of the Catholic Church . A Lutheran can be a Christian Witness only at a Catholic baptism. You would have to check with the Lutheran minister if a Catholic wants to be a witness only at a Lutheran Baptism.
Actually, the Lutheran Church did not technically "break off" from the Catholic Church. The Lutheran Church was made up out of whole cloth by the princes of northern Germany in 1517, I believe.
Yes to all three questions. Being baptized in a Baptist church only signifies that you are following Jesus in believers baptism. The Lutheran church is the one to make the final decision about membership in their congregation.
Yes, anyone who isn't baptised yet (This also counts for being baptised into a protestant denomination) can be baptised into the Catholic Church.
Yes, anyone can convert to the Catholic Church.
No, he was excommunicated from the Lutheran Church.
No, the Church forbids Catholics from receiving communion in a Lutheran Church.
Yes. Adolf Hitler was baptised in the Roman Catholic church.
Yes, but he would no longer be a Catholic.
Hitler was not a Lutheran. He was a Catholic, although in name only. He had many Lutheran and Roman Catholic priests and laity killed.
the catholic church and started a new church called the lutheran church
No, not if the marriage is to be a valid catholic marriage, unless the Lutheran marriage can be annuled.
Roman Catholic answer: The "reformation" (most Catholic scholars would probably see it as "revolt") did not change the Lutheran church, it was the beginning of the Lutheran church. It was Martin Luther who started the revolt and gave his name to the brand new "church".