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    Ad mundi salutem per sanctificationem
    Pontifical Bull "Towards the salvation of the World through Sanctification".






    Book 1: The sacraments of The Holy Church.



    Part I: The Sacrament of Baptism


    Article 1: The four causes:
    The material cause = A believer meeting the prerequisites of the Canon Law and the requirements of the diocese, as laid down by the bishop.
    The efficient cause = Any member of the clergy authorised by his or her office.
    The formal cause = The celebration, the oath of fidelity, the symbolism of water.
    The final cause = Entry into the community and the communion of the faithful.

    Section A: The Baptism

    Article 2: The dogmatic nature of baptism is defined by the precepts contained in the sacraments in the Book of Doctrines.

    Article 3: Only a believer who understands and assimilates the basic credo may receive the sacrament of baptism (not applicable to Can. 1-I-A-5).

    Article 4: The Church recommends the believer to follow, and the priest to lead, according to the doctrines and ministry of the Church validated by the prefecture for the Aristotelian teaching, before receiving the sacrament (not applicable to Cdn. 1-I-A-5).

      - Article 4 bis: The right to rule on either the mandatory or optional parts of the pastoral teaching is left to the Episcopal Assemblies.

    Article 5: Children and other people being incapable of understanding the teachings can be baptized if parents, guardians or sponsors agree to provide Aristotelian education and spiritual support according to the doctrines of the Church.

      - Article 5 bis: Upon his coming of age, the child must confirm his baptism by a new celebration.

      - Article 5 ter: These people are not subject to articles 3, 4 and 9 (Can. 1-I-A-3,4,9.) of this law. The duties set by them are met by the sponsors whose presence is mandatory notwithstanding the requirement of Article 9 (Can. 1-I-A-9.).

    Article 6: The believers who have previously belonged to an heretical cult and having now converted to the Aristotelian religion shall officially and publicly reject their former faith before receiving the sacrament of baptism.

      - Article 6 bis: The presence of at least one godfather or godmother is mandatory notwithstanding the requirement of Article 9(Can. 1-I-A-9.).

    Article 7: The officiant shall be a priest with the duty of cleric, a deacon or equivalent.

    Article 8: The baptism shall take place in the parish of the residence of the believer or by default in any other sacred place.

      - Article 8 bis: The baptism should normally take place in the believer's parish of residence. If it is to take place elsewhere, the officiant should seek permission from the believer's bishop to perform the ceremony.

      - Article 8 ter: In the absence of the Bishop, the request shall be sent to the alternative person responsible or, where appropriate, the closest direct hierarchical superior.


    Article 9: The Church recommends that the applicant believer's baptism be accompanied by at least one sponsor or a mentor who will assist through its infancy in the community.

    Article 10: During the ceremony of baptism, the believer must at least formally endorse the dogmas and doctrines of the Church by reciting the Creed.

    Article 11: During the ceremony of baptism, the baptized person is symbolically received in the community of the faithful, either by the anointing, or by the symbolism of water, or both.

    Article 12: The name of each baptized person shall be registered in the registers of the parish, or the bishopric, and the general registers of the Church.


    Section B: Affirmation (confirmation of baptism)

    Article 13: Anyone who has been baptized at a young age, having come to age, shall be asked to confirm his baptism.

    Article 14: Confirmation is made up of a recommended form, which is made up partly by teaching and partly a celebration, where the faithful reaffirms his belief previously given by his godparent at his baptism.

    Article 15: During the ceremony of confirmation, the believer shall officially endorse the dogmas and doctrines of the Church by reciting the Creed.

    Article 16: During the ceremony, the believer is symbolically confirmed as faithful by the anointing and/or water.

    Article 17: The Church recommends the confirming faithful to be accompanied by at least one godparent who will provide spiritual guidance and support in the community of the faithful.

    Article 18: The registers of the parish, or the bishopric, and the general registers of the Church are to be updated as necessary.



    Canonical text on the sacraments of the Aristotelian and Roman Church.
    Given in Rome under the pontificate of the Holy Father Eugene V on the second day of April in the year of grace MCDLIX.

    Published by His Eminence the late Jeandalf, the thirteenth of February of the year MCDLV; amended, revised and reissued by His Eminence Aaron De Nagan, Cardinal and Dean of the Sacred College, the feast day of Saint Abysm, the second day of April in the Year of grace MCDLIX of our Lord.




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