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1.   The Original Sin of Adam closed Heaven for all men (sanctifying grace was lost) ... Hell became the only possible destination for the immortal souls of men.
2.   God re-opened Heaven by founding the Catholic Church and re-introducing sanctifying grace to men's souls ... the same grace which Adam and Eve had lost.
 
We are currently in the Great Apostasy (world-wide rejection of God's Catholic Dogma), these warnings apply:
3.   Warning 1:  A non-Catholic anti-Christ cult (the Vatican-2 heretic cult) took over all of our formerly Catholic properties on 8 December 1965 ... the "V-2 council" close date.
4.   Warning 2:  The buildings with Catholic signs out front are not Catholic Churches at this time. God has allowed the Mass to be taken away (Sections 88 and 90).
5.   Warning 3:  All those dressed up like Catholic bishops and priests are ... automatically excommunicated heretics against the Catholic Dogma (Sections 12 and 13.2).
6.   Warning 4:  You must verify for yourself that a heretic cult has taken over our formerly Catholic properties ... simply take the steps outlined in Section 21.5.
* Vatican-2-ists: You are automatically excommunicated from the Catholic Church … Abjuration to re-enter on Section 19.1 *
 
7.   One can still be Catholic and get to Heaven with a proper baptism in water (Section 7) ... believing the Dogmas ... and keeping free from mortal sin (Section 10.1).
8.   All grace, both actual and sanctifying grace, starts with God and comes into the world through the Blessed Virgin ... as Jesus Christ Himself did (Section 4).
9.   The Old Testament Israelite religion was the Catholic Faith unfulfilled ... the "judaism" man-made fable started about 200 B.C. (Section 39.1).  Jesus Christ was not a jew.
10.  All heretics are in sin against the First Commandment (Section 8) ... and are headed for Hell ... with the pagans of the world (all those not properly baptized in water).

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Baptism in pure and natural water ... Is a universal requirement to ...
1) Remit Original Sin and ... 2) Have a chance of getting to Heaven

Seventy-seven (77) citations listed ... includes Baptism instructions

Catholic Saint John 3:5 > "Unless one be born again of water and the Holy Ghost, he cannot enter into the Kingdom of God."

Catholic writing in Isaias 59:1 > "Behold the hand of the Lord is not shortened that it cannot save."
( In the way that He prescribed ... because God cannot deceive )

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This section includes ...
 
Sub-part A:   Instructions for Baptism and conditional re-Baptism.
 
Sub-part B:   The requirement to believe the Catholic Faith (the Dogma) at the moment of Water Baptism ... For post age of reason persons (7 years).
 
Sub-part C-1:   Sources of Dogma defining ... that the intention and objective of Water Baptism ... is to remit Original Sin.
 
Sub-part C-2:   On the requirement for having the proper intention in Baptism ... the intention to remit Original Sin.
 
Sub-part D:   Catholic Baptism citations ... Ex-Cathedra Dogma, De Fide Dogma, Ordinary Magisterium.
 
Sub-part E:   Ordinary Magisterium citations against the "baptism of desire" and "baptism of blood" heresies ... see Sections 7.2 and 7.6 for Ex-Cathedra Dogma listing against the "baptism of desire" and "baptism of blood" hoaxes.



S u b - p a r t    A

Instructions for Baptism and Conditional Re-Baptism

W A R N I N G ... Do not, under any circumstances, set foot into any building with a Catholic sign out front
for water baptism ... see Reason 1 and Reason 2 listed below

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR BAPTISM:

To have a valid sacrament, baptism included, the sacrament must have the proper (1) Form, (2) Matter, and (3) Intent.

The form (words) for baptism are:

"I baptize you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, Amen."

Pour the water over the skin of the forehead three times (at the invocation of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit).

(The water must run over the skin of the forehead, water poured onto the hair at the top of the head is not baptism)

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Note: You will see - Holy Ghost - instead of - Holy Spirit - in many English translations of Church writings. The Latin for the Third Person of the Holy Trinity is: Spiritu Sancto (Holy Spirit). Church General Council English translations before the year 1500 A.D. all read - Holy Spirit -  ... and if you check the Latin Vulgate Bible websites the Scriptures all read: Spiritu Sancto (Holy Spirit). We are not sure why we see - Holy Ghost - in some English translations.

The matter for baptism is: pure and natural water.

The proper intention for baptism by the baptizer is: to have the intent to remit Orginal Sin from the soul.

> >  If the person is past the age of reason (7 years) he must believe the Catholic Faith at the moment of baptism, otherwise it is not valid. If a person is past the age of reason and is undergoing "baptism" into a heresy in a heretic meeting hall (such as a 15 year old "lutheran" or 20 year old "baptist") that person is in fact not baptized (Original Sin remains on the soul) so they are still not in a justified state and cannot enter Heaven ... unless this is remedied with a valid baptism. No one can be baptized into a heresy, you can only be baptized into the truth ... when past the age of reason.

> >  For infant baptism (under 7 years of age) one would actually have a valid Catholic baptism, even in a heretic meeting hall, as long as the form, matter, and intent are correct. The infant is in the Catholic Church, then if he remains in the heretic group past the age of reason (7 years) the Holy Spirit automatically removes (excommunicates) his soul from the Catholic Church ... for participation in a heretical society.

AGAIN: Do not, under any circumstances go into a building with a Catholic sign out front for water baptism for the following two reasons:

Reason 1 >  As an adult ... you cannot be baptized into a heresy, the baptism will not be valid. Post age of reason (7 years) you must believe the Catholic Dogma at the moment of baptism for the baptism to be valid. The non-Catholic vatican-2 cult meeting halls cannot bring you into the Catholic Church since they all promote heresy against the Catholic Dogma and are the buildings of a heretic cult. This cult (which you must stay out of anyway) will obviously not teach you the Catholic Dogma in preparation for their invalid "baptism" because that is not their "religion" (see Section 12). Other heretic groups with Catholic signs ("sspx", "sspv", "cmri", etc.) will "teach" you their filthy "baptism of desire", "supplied jurisdiction" or other heresies so that the baptism will not be valid. Please see Sections 21.6, 105, 131, and Appendix C of this site.

Reason 2 >  Regarding infants ... the heretics who are dressed like Catholic priests will almost certainly falsify the baptism by having an improper intent ... in which case the "baptism" will not be valid. He will "baptize" with the intention of "bringing you into the community" instead of the intention to remit Original Sin. See Section 7.7 of this site for more details ... and many examples where the vatican-2 cult group leaders admit to doing this.

Simply follow the above instructions and perform the baptisms yourself (on infants) ... and on post age of reason persons after they have learned and believe the Catholic Dogma and Sources of Dogma.

There is a Baptism Certificate for downloading in Appendix A of this site, it is Item 45 (MS-Powerpoint file).

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONDITIONAL RE-BAPTISM

For a person ... where you are not sure whether they have been baptized or not ... the form (words) of the Sacrament are a little different.

They are:

"If you are already baptized, I do not baptize you, if you are not yet baptized,
I baptize you in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, Amen"

Pour the water over the skin of the forehead three times (at the invocation of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit). "

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This is the conditional re-baptism -- which must be done -- for those persons who may or may not have been baptized as an infant (under 7 years) in the heretic meeting halls of the vatican-2 jew-heretic cult (that have the Catholic signs out front) anytime after 1965. This vicious cult is falsifying baptisms by having a false intention - such as having the intention of "baptizing someone into the community" instead of having the proper intention of remitting Original Sin.

Because of the rampant heresy in our Catholic buildings before 1965 ... we recommend condictional re-baptism even for those born before 1965. See Sections 20, 20.1, 20.2, and 20.3 of this site. This is the conditional re-baptism -- which must be done -- for those persons who may or may not have been baptized as an infant (under 7 years) in the heretic meeting halls of the "sspx", "sspv", "Thuc line groups", "cmri", other "independent" groups, for the same reason of probable invalidating of the baptism by having a false intent - any intention other than the intention of the Catholic Church which is the remission of Original Sin. These groups are virulent "baptism of desire" heretics, they do not even believe water is required for baptism ... they are viciously and maliciously against all the Ex-Cathedra Dogma listed in Sections 7.2 and 7.6 of this site.



S u b - p a r t    B

On the requirement to believe the Catholic Faith (the Dogma) at the moment of Water Baptism ...
For post age of reason persons (7 years) ... for the Baptism to be valid

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Council of Trent, Session 6, Chapter 6, 1547 A.D. – Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"Now they (adults) are disposed unto the said justice, when, excited and assisted by divine grace, conceiving faith by hearing, they are freely moved towards God, believing those things to be true which God has revealed ... lastly, when they purpose to receive baptism."

Note 1: Post age of reason persons (7 years) must believe the Faith at the moment of water baptism ... for the baptism to be valid.

Note 2: For example ... if at the moment of Baptism ... one believes that not all heretics and un-baptized pagans are headed for Hell ... the "baptism" is not valid and the person remains in the state of Original Sin.

Note 3: This Source of Dogma also rules out the possibility that a post age of reason person may be validly baptized in a heretic cult ("lutheran", "vatican-2", "baptist", "sspx", "evangelical", etc.) ... they can't. For example, a 12 year old undergoing what looks like baptism in the "vatican-2" cult or the "lutheran" cult does not believe the Catholic Faith at the moment of baptism so the baptism is not valid ... Original Sin remains on the soul and, of course, the person remains outside of the Catholic Church.



Council of Trent, Session 6, Canon 3, 1547 A.D. – Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"If any one saith, that without the prevenient inspiration of the Holy Ghost, and without His help, man can believe, hope, love, or be penitent as he ought, so as that the grace of Justification may be bestowed upon him; let him be anathema."

Note 1: The ... "grace of Justification" ... in the above Canon is the Sacramental Grace of Water Baptism.

Note 2: Believing the Faith at the moment of baptism ... so that Justification of the soul may be brought about by the water baptism.

Note 3: For example ... if at the moment of Baptism ... one believes that not all heretics and un-baptized pagans are headed for Hell ... the "baptism" is not valid and the person remains in the state of Original Sin.

Note 4: This Source of Dogma also rules out the possibility that a post age of reason person may be validly baptized in a heretic cult ("lutheran", "vatican-2", "baptist", "sspx", "evangelical", etc.) ... they can't. For example, a 12 year old undergoing what looks like baptism in the "vatican-2" cult or the "lutheran" cult does not believe the Catholic Faith at the moment of baptism so the baptism is not valid ... Original Sin remains on the soul and, of course, the person remains outside of the Catholic Church.



Council of Trent, Session 6, Chapter 7, 1547 A.D. – Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"The instrumental cause is the Sacrament of Baptism, which is the sacrament of faith, without which (faith) no man was ever justified."

Note 1: The person undergoing Baptism must believe the Catholic Faith in the Dogma at the moment of Baptism ... for the Baptism to place the person into the justified state ... as we see here in Trent Session 6, Chapter 7.

Note 2: For example ... if at the moment of Baptism ... one believes that not all heretics and un-baptized pagans are headed for Hell ... the "baptism" is not valid and the person remains in the state of Original Sin.



Council of Trent, Session 6, Chapter 7, 1547 A.D. – Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"This faith, catechumens beg of the Church ... previously to the Sacrament of Baptism."

Note 1: Regarding the text ... "this faith, catechumens beg of the Church" ... the catechumen prays for the grace of faith to accept the Catholic faith as a little child.

Note 2: We see again in this Source of Dogma ... that the person must believe the faith before Baptism.



S u b - p a r t    C-1

Sources of Dogma defining ... that the intention and objective of Water Baptism ... is to remit Original Sin

Note: Montini (a.k.a. "Paul VI") ... invalidated (falsified) "baptism" in the
vatican-2 heresy on 15 May 1969 ... by falsifying the proper intention
of remitting Original Sin ... proven on Section 7.7

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Council of Trent, Session 5, Decree on Original Sin, Article 4, 1546 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"If any one denies, that infants ... are baptized indeed for the remission of sins, but that they derive nothing of Original Sin from Adam, which has need of being expiated by the laver of regeneration for the obtaining life everlasting, whence it follows as a consequence, that in them the form of baptism, for the remission of sins, is understood to be not true, but false, --let him be anathema."



Council of Trent, Session 5, Decree on Original Sin, Article 5, 1546 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"If any one denies, that, by the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, which is conferred in baptism, the guilt of Original Sin is remitted; or even asserts that the whole of that which has the true and proper nature of sin is not taken away; but says that it is only rased, or not imputed; let him be anathema."



Council of Trent, Session 5, Decree Concerning Original Sin, Paragraph 4, 1546 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"Even infants, who could not as yet commit any sin of themselves, are for this cause truly baptized for the remission of sins, that in them that may be cleansed away by regeneration, which they have contracted by generation. For, unless a man be born again of water and the Holy Ghost, he cannot enter into the Kingdom of God."

Note: "Contracted by generation" = Original Sin.



Council of Trent, Session 5, Decree Concerning Original Sin, Paragraph 4, 1546 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"If any one denies, that infants, newly born from their mother's wombs ... has need of being expiated by the laver of regeneration for the obtaining (of) life everlasting ... let him be anathema."



Council of Trent, Session 5, Decree Concerning Original Sin, Paragraph 3, 1546 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"If any one asserts, that this sin of Adam ... is taken away either by the powers of human nature, or by any other remedy than the merit of the one mediator, our Lord Jesus Christ ... or if he denies that the said merit of Jesus Christ is applied, both to adults and to infants, by the sacrament of baptism ... let him be anathema."

Note: "Sin of Adam" = Original Sin.



Council of Florence, Session 11, 4 February 1442 -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"With regard to children, since the danger of death is often present and the only remedy available to them is the sacrament of baptism by which they are snatched away from the dominion of the devil and adopted as children of God, it admonishes that sacred baptism is not to be deferred."



Council of Trent, Session 21, Chapter 4, That little Children are not bound to sacramental Communion, 1562 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"Finally, this same holy Synod teaches, that little children, who have not attained to the use of reason ... having been regenerated by the laver of baptism, and being incorporated with Christ, they cannot, at that age, lose the grace which they have already acquired of being the sons of God."



S u b - p a r t    C-2

On the requirement for having the proper intention in Baptism ... the intention to remit Original Sin

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Council of Florence, Session 8, 22 November 1439 -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"All these sacraments are made up of three elements: namely, things as the matter, words as the form, and the person of the minister who confers the sacrament with the intention of doing what the Church does. If any of these is lacking, the sacrament is not effected."

Note: The "intention of doing what the Church does" ... is having the intention to remit Original Sin.



Pope Alexander VIII, 1689-1691 >
"Baptism is valid when conferred by a minister who observes all the external rite and form of baptizing, but within his heart resolves, I do not intend what the Church does. - Condemned" (as error)



Council of Trent, Session 7, On the Sacraments in General, Canon 11, 1547 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"If any one saith, that, in ministers, when they effect, and confer the sacraments, there is not required the intention at least of doing what the Church does; let him be anathema." (anathema means cursed, the curse is part of this infallible Canon)



Council of Trent, Session 7, Baptism Section, Canon 4, 1547 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"If any one saith, that the baptism which is even given by heretics in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost, with the intention of doing what the Church doth, is not true baptism; let him be anathema."

Note 1: The Church verifying again that "the intention of doing what the Church does" in Baptism ... that is to remit Original Sin ... must be present during baptism.

Note 2: All infant baptism brings the infant into the Catholic Church. An infant baptism inside a "lutheran" heretic meeting hall brings the infant into the Catholic Church but if the person is still in the heretic cult after the age of reason (7 years) he is automatically excommunicated for physical participation in a heretical society.



Council of Florence, Session 8, 22 November 1439 -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
But in case of necessity not only a priest or a deacon, but even a lay man or a woman, even a pagan and a heretic, can baptize provided he or she uses the form of the Church and intends to do what the Church does."



... And related, regarding intention and other Sacraments ... which used to be available before the Vatican-2 cult took over our buildings:

Council of Trent, Session 14, Chapter 6, 1551 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"But although the absolution of the priest is the dispensation of another's bounty ... and therefore the penitent ought not so to confide in his own personal faith, as to think that, -- even though there be no contrition on his part, or no intention on the part of the priest of acting seriously and absolving truly, -- he is nevertheless truly and in God's sight absolved, on account of his faith alone."

Note: There is no Sacramental Confession in these times, see Section 10.2 of this site for the Church's direction for when confession is not available.

Council of Florence, Session 11, 4 February 1442 -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"For, provided the substance of bread remains, there should be no doubt at all that after the aforesaid words of consecration of the body have been pronounced by a priest with the intention of consecrating, immediately it is changed in substance into the true body of Christ."

Note: Catholic Mass is not available in these times, see Sections 12 and 13 and their subsections of this site.
 
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For example ... from the website of a vatican-2 cult meeting hall in Los Angeles (the non-Catholic make believe "Padre Serra Parish"):

The wicked falsification of baptisms by having false intention (from their satanic website):

"Through water and anointing new members are initiated into a relationship with God as Father, and with the whole Christian Community in the Church."

The Catholic required intention of remitting Original Sin is missing ... the "baptisms" are not valid (of course and as usual) at this vatican-2 cult meeting place.

I think we can all see what level of wickedness the vatican-2 group leaders (the fake priests) are at ... as they keep little babies (and others) on the road to Hell by falsifying the baptisms of unsuspecting people and those prior to the age of reason.



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Baptism Citations ... Ex-Cathedra Dogma, De Fide Dogma, Ordinary Magisterium
(See also Sections 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5, and 7.6)

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Pope Saint Leo the Great, Council of Chalcedon, Letter to Flavian section, 451 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"For there are three who give testimony – Spirit and water and blood. And the three are one. In other words, the Spirit of Sanctification and the Blood of Redemption and the water of baptism. These three are one and remain indivisible. None of them is separable from its link with the others."

Note: The Spirit of Sanctification (Justification) is inseparable from water baptism (they are "one"). No one is justified without water baptism and so no one can enter Heaven without water baptism. The reference to Blood here is the Blood of the Passion which, now, gives the power to the water to remit Original Sin in a properly performed baptism.



De Fide Dogma of the Catholic Church, Dogma Section IX on Baptism, Dogma 2 >
"The materia remota for the Sacrament of Baptism is true and natural water."



De Fide Dogma of the Catholic Church, Dogma Section IX on Baptism, Dogma 6 >
"Baptism by water (Baptismus fluminis) is, since the promulgation of the Gospel, necessary for all men without exception for salvation."



Council of Trent, Session 7, Baptism Section, Canon 2, 1547 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"If any one saith, that true and natural water is not of necessity for baptism, and, on that account, wrests, to some sort of metaphor, those words of our Lord Jesus Christ; Unless a man be born again of water and the Holy Ghost; let him be anathema."



Pope Eugene IV, Council of Florence, Session 8, Exultate Deo, 22 Nov 1439 -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
""Holy baptism holds the first place among all the sacraments, for it is the gate of the spiritual life; through it we become members of Christ and of the body of the Church. Since death came into the world through one person, unless we are born again of water and the Spirit, we cannot, as Truth says, enter the Kingdom of Heaven. The matter of this sacrament is real and natural water."   Reference 1



Pope St. Leo the Great, 440-461 A.D. >
"Since by the transgression of the first man the whole progeny of the human race is vitiated, no one can be freed from the condition of the old man except by the Sacrament of the Baptism of Christ."   Reference 2



Fourth Lateran Council, Constitution 1 - Profession of Faith, Paragraph 3, 1215 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"But the sacrament of baptism is consecrated in water at the invocation of the undivided Trinity -- namely Father, Son and Holy Spirit -- and brings salvation to both children and adults when it is correctly carried out by anyone in the form laid down by the Church. If someone falls into sin after having received baptism, he or she can always be restored through true penitence."

Note 1: If you believe baptism can be consecrated in "desire" or "blood" ... you're in a heretical state, automatically excommunicated, and headed for Hell.

Note 2: Ex-Cathedra ... the Pope in union with the Bishops of the world ... at a worldwide General Council.

Note 3: Regarding the text: "and brings salvation" ... after one is baptized into the Church he must remain in the Church by not falling into heresy. If one falls into heresy or participation in a heretic cult ("lutheran", "vatican-2", "methodist", "evangelical", etc.) after baptism ... he would make an Abjuration as see on Section 19.1 of this site to re-enter the Catholic Church. The Catholic Church does not have any buildings at this time (see Sections 12 through 21).

Note 4: Please see Sections 10.1, 10.2, and 29 regarding penitence after falling into sin after baptism.



Saint Thomas Aquinas, Doctor of the Church, died 1274 A.D. >
"Baptism is the Sacrament of absolute necessity. Consequently, it is clear that everyone is bound to be baptized, and that without Baptism there is no salvation for men."   Reference 3



Council of Trent, Session 5, Decree Concerning Original Sin, Paragraph 4, 1546 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"Even infants, who could not as yet commit any sin of themselves, are for this cause truly baptized for the remission of sins, that in them that may be cleansed away by regeneration, which they have contracted by generation. For, unless a man be born again of water and the Holy Ghost, he cannot enter into the Kingdom of God."



Council of Trent, Session 7, Baptism Section, Canon 4, 1547 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"If anyone says that Baptism is optional, that is, not necessary for salvation: let him be anathema."   Reference 4



Council of Trent, Session 5, Decree Concerning Original Sin, Paragraph 4, 1546 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"If any one denies, that infants, newly born from their mother's wombs ... has need of being expiated by the laver of regeneration for the obtaining (of) life everlasting ... let him be anathema."



De Fide Dogma of the Catholic Church, Dogma Section IX on Baptism, Dogma 3 >
"Baptism confers the grace of justification. "

Note: It is baptism that confers the state of justification (that is: removes Original Sin).



Council of Trent, Session 14, Chapter 2, On the Most Holy Sacraments of Penance and Extreme Unction, 1551 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"Seeing that the Church exercises judgment on no one who has not entered therein through the gate of baptism. For, what have I, saith the apostle, to do to judge them that are without? It is otherwise with those who are of the household of the faith, whom Christ our Lord has once, by the laver of baptism, made the members of His own body."



St. Ambrose, Doctor of the Church, died 397 A.D. >
"No one ascends into the kingdom of Heaven except by the Sacrament of Baptism. No one is excused from Baptism: not infants, nor anyone hindered by any necessity. When the Lord Jesus came to John, and John said: "I ought to be baptized by Thee, and dost Thou come to me?" Jesus said: "Permit it to be so for now. For thus it becometh us to fulfill all justice" (Mt. 3:14-15). Behold how all justice rests on Baptism."   Reference 5



Council of Trent, Session 21, Chapter 4, That little Children are not bound to sacramental Communion, 1562 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"Finally, this same holy Synod teaches, that little children, who have not attained to the use of reason, are not by any necessity obliged to the sacramental communion of the Eucharist: forasmuch as, having been regenerated by the laver of baptism, and being incorporated with Christ, they cannot, at that age, lose the grace which they have already acquired of being the sons of God."



Pope Saint Zosimus, 417-418 A.D. >
"On account of this rule of faith, even infants are truly baptized unto the remission of sins. Moreover, if anyone says that in the Kingdom of Heaven there will be some place where infants live who departed this life without Baptism, without which they cannot enter into the Kingdom of Heaven which is eternal life: let him be anathema."   Reference 6



Pope Boniface VIII, Unam Sanctam, 18 Nov 1302 -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"One is my dove, my perfect one ... which represents the one mystical body whose head is Christ, of Christ indeed, as God. And in this, 'one Lord, one faith, one baptism'."



Saint Augustine, Doctor of the Church, died 430 A.D. >
"The Lord has determined that the Kingdom of Heaven be conferred only on baptized persons. If eternal life can accrue only to those who have been baptized, it follows that they who die unbaptized incur everlasting death."   Reference 7



The Nicene Constantinople Creed, 381 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"We confess one baptism for the remission of sins."



Saint Louis IX, King of France, died 1270 A.D. >
"I think more of the private Chapel where I was baptized, than of the Cathedral at Rheims where I was crowned: for the dignity of a child of God, which was bestowed on me at baptism, is greater than that of a ruler of a kingdom. The latter I shall lose at death: the other will be my passport to everlasting glory."

Note: After water baptism one must keep to the Dogma of the Faith to remain in the Catholic Church. If one falls away from the Dogma or participates in a heretical society after baptism he is automatically excommunicated.



Council of Trent, Session 3, Decree touching the Symbol of Faith, 4 Feb 1546 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
I confess one baptism for the remission of sins; and I look for the resurrection of the dead, and the life of the world to come."



St. Basil the Great, died 379 A.D. >
"Whether a man departs this life without Baptism, or receives a baptism lacking in some requirements, his loss is the same."   Reference 8



Council of Trent, Session 6, Decree on Justification, 1547 A.D., Chapters 5, 6, 7 -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
(5) "The Synod furthermore declares, that in adults, the beginning of the said Justification is to be derived from the prevenient grace of God, through Jesus Christ ... yet is he not able, by his own free will, without the grace of God, to move himself unto justice in His sight ..."

(6) "Now they (adults) ... are therefore moved against sins by a certain hatred and detestation, to wit, by that penitence which must be performed before baptism: lastly, when they purpose to receive baptism, to begin a new life, and to keep the commandments of God."

(7) "Of this Justification the causes are these:
The final cause indeed is the glory of God ...
The meritorious cause is His most beloved only-begotten, our Lord Jesus Christ ...
The instrumental cause is the sacrament of baptism, which is the sacrament of faith ... "



Saint Bonaventure, died 1274 A.D. >
"The punishment of being deprived of God and the loss of heavenly glory affects both adults and children who are unbaptized. The children are punished along with the others, but by the mildest punishment because they deserve the Punishment of Loss alone, not the Punishment of the Senses."   Reference 9



Pope Clement V, Council of Vienne, Decree 30, 1311-1312 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"Since however there is for both regulars and seculars, for superiors and subjects, for exempt and non-exempt, one universal Church, outside of which there is no salvation, for all of whom there is one Lord, one faith, and one baptism ..."



Saint John Chrysostom, Doctor of the Church, died 407 A.D. >
"Weep for the unbelievers! Weep for those who differ not a smidgen from the infidels: those who die without Baptism. They are outside the Royal City, along with those subject to punishment, along with the damned."   Reference 10



Pope Pius IV, Council of Trent, Iniunctum nobis, Profession of Faith, 13 Nov 1565 -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"I confess one baptism for the remission of sins, and I await the resurrection of the dead, and the life of the world to come."



Venerable Robert Bellarmine, died 1621 A.D. >
"Our heretics, more audacious than pelagians, deny that Baptism is necessary, not only for the remission of sin, but also for the attainment of Heaven. However, those who imagine that there is another remedy besides Baptism openly contradict the Gospel, the Councils, the Fathers, and the consensus of the universal Church."   Reference 11



Vatican Council of 1870, Session 2, Profession of Faith -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"I confess one baptism for the remission of sins."



Pope Eugene IV, Council of Florence, Session 11, 4 February 1442 -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"Regarding children, indeed, because of danger of death, which can often take place, when no help can be brought to them by another remedy than through the sacrament of baptism, through which they are snatched from the domination of the Devil (Original Sin) and adopted among the sons of God, it advises that holy baptism ought not be deferred for forty or eighty days, or any time according to the observance of certain people ..."



Council of Trent, Session 5, Decree Concerning Original Sin, Paragraph 3, 1546 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"If any one asserts, that this sin of Adam ... is taken away either by the powers of human nature, or by any other remedy than the merit of the one mediator, our Lord Jesus Christ ... or if he denies that the said merit of Jesus Christ is applied, both to adults and to infants, by the sacrament of baptism ... let him be anathema."



Pope Martin V, Council of Constance, Session 15, 6 July 1415 -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
In condemning the 'articles' of anti-Christ heretic John Wyclif - "Proposition 6: 'Those who claim that the children of the faithful dying without sacramental baptism will not be saved, are stupid and presumptuous in saying this.' - Condemned proposition"



Council of Trent, Session 6, Decrees on Justification, Chapter 4, 1547 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"And this translation, since the promulgation of the Gospel, cannot be effected, without the laver of regeneration, or the desire thereof, as it is written; unless a man be born again of water and the Holy Ghost, he cannot enter into the Kingdom of God."



Council of Trent, Session 6, Canons on Justification, Canon 9, 1547 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"If any one saith, that by faith alone the impious is justified; in such wise as to mean, that nothing else is required to co-operate in order to the obtaining the grace of Justification, and that it is not in any way necessary, that he be prepared and disposed by the movement of his own will; let him be anathema."



Pope Benedict XII, On the Beatific Vision of God, 1336 A.D. >
"The souls of children who have been reborn by the same baptism of Christ or will be when baptism is conferred on them, if they die before attaining the use of free will ... immediately after death ... are and will be with Christ in Heaven, in the heavenly kingdom and paradise, joined to the company of the Holy Angels."



Pope Leo XIII, Encyclical on the Holy Spirit, Paragraph 9, 9 May 1897 >
"The beginnings of this regeneration and renovation of man are by Baptism. In this sacrament, when the unclean spirit has been expelled from the soul, the Holy Ghost enters in and makes it like to Himself."



Pope Leo XII, Charitate Christi, 25 December 1825 >
"They may thus be led to wonder at and love the liberality of a God who offers himself so easily to those whose impiety is never sufficiently punished, "who once were delivered from the servitude of sin and the devil by Baptism and received the gift of the Holy Spirit, yet have not feared to violate knowingly the temple of God and to sadden the Holy Spirit."



Pope Alexander VI, Inter Caetera, 4 May 1493 >
"Hence, heartily commending in the Lord this your holy and praiseworthy purpose ... we exhort you very earnestly in the Lord and by your reception of holy Baptism, whereby you are bound to our Apostolic commands."



Pope Pius IX, Ubi Primum, 17 June 1847 >
"For there is one universal Church outside of which no one at all is saved; it contains regular and secular prelates along with those under their jurisdiction, who all profess one Lord, one faith and one baptism."



Pope Leo XII, Quod Hoc Ineunte, 24 May 1824 >
"Thus by the invaluable blood of the Lord and by the meritorious prayers of the saints, the faithful may obtain the remission of that temporal punishment which, as the fathers of Trent taught, is not always entirely removed in the sacrament of penance as it is by baptism."



Pope Pius VIII, Traditi Humilitati, 24 May 1829 >
"Against these experienced sophists the people must be taught that the profession of the Catholic faith is uniquely true, as the apostle proclaims: one Lord, one faith, one baptism."



Pope Pius VI, Inscrutabile, 25 December 1775 >
"We exhort and advise you to be all of one mind and in harmony as you strive for the same object, just as the Church has one faith, one baptism, and one Spirit."



Pope Gregory XVI, Mirari Vos, Para 13, 15 August 1832 >
"With the admonition of the apostle that 'there is one God, one faith, one baptism' may those fear who contrive the notion that the safe harbor of salvation is open to persons of any religion whatever. They should consider the testimony of Christ Himself that 'those who are not with Christ are against Him'."



Pope Leo XIII, Custodi di Quella Fede, Paragraph 21, 8 December 1892 >
"Seek God's mercies with humility and perseverance, renewing every day the promises of your baptism."



Ubi Primum, Pope Leo XII, Paragraph 14, 5 May 1824 >
"By divine faith we hold one Lord, one faith, one baptism, and that no other name under Heaven is given to men except the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth in which we must be saved. This is why we profess that there is no salvation outside the Church."

References for this section:

1. Florence: "Bull of union with the Armenians," DNZ:696
2. Leo the Great: Epistle XV:10; PL 54:581
3. Thomas: STL III, Q.68, art.1 and Q.72, art.2, ad 4
4. Trent: "On the Sacrament of Baptism," Canon 5, DNZ:861
5. Ambrose: "On Abraham," Bk.IV, ch.II:79; JUR vol.II:1324; "On the Sacraments," Bk.I; CSL LXXIII
6. Zosimus: DNZ:102, n.2; Canon 2, XVI Council of Carthage
7. Augustine: Cf. JUR vol.III:1882
8. Basil: "On the Holy Spirit," ch.10:26; PG 31; SS vol.III, p.10
9. Bonaventure: BRE pt.3, ch.5, no.2
10. John: "On Philippians," homily III:4; "On Acts of the Apostles," homily I:8; PG 62:177; PG 51:61; JUR cf. vol.II: 1206
11. Robert: "On Baptism," Bk.I, ch



S u b - p a r t    E

Neither "baptism of desire" nor "baptism of blood" remit Orignal Sin ... these are soul damning heresies

This part of Section 7 is primarily citations of the Ordinary Magisterium ... quotes by Popes and Saints in defense of the Water Baptism Dogma.
 
Please see Sections 7.2 and 7.6 for the Solemn Magisterium Dogmatic citations which define ... that only water baptism remits Original Sin.

Catholic writing of Ephesians 4:5
"One Lord, one Faith, one Baptism."

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Pope Pius IX, 1846-1878 A.D. >
"Let us hold firmly to our Catholic doctrine: one God, one Faith, one Baptism. To try and inquire further is sinful."   Reference 1



The Nicene Constantinople Creed, 381 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"We confess one Baptism for the remission of sins."   Reference 2



Saint Ambrose, Doctor of the Church, died 397 A.D. >
"One is the Baptism which the Church administers, of water and the Holy Ghost, with which catechumens need to be baptized. Nor does the mystery of regeneration exist at all without water. Now, even the catechumen believes; but, unless he be baptized, he can not receive remission of his sins."   Reference 3



Saint Augustine, Doctor of the Church, died 430 A.D. >
"How many rascals are saved by being baptized on their deathbeds? How many sincere catechumens die unbaptized, and are thus lost forever! When we come into the sight of God, no one will say: "Why was this man led by God's direction to be baptized, while that man, although he lived properly as a catechumen, was killed in a sudden disaster and not baptized? Look for rewards, and you will find nothing but punishments. Of what use would repentance be, if Baptism did not follow? No matter what progress a catechumen may make, he still carries the burden of iniquity, and it is not taken away until he has been baptized."   Reference 4

Note: Regarding the text: "was killed in a sudden disaster and not baptized" ... this is from man's perspective. God has perfect knowledge of past, present, and future -- there is no such thing as a "sudden disaster" that God could not stop in the blink of an eye. The "sudden disaster" argument is often heard as a way to attack the Catholic Dogma regarding the 100% requirement for all of water baptism ... but Saint Augustine correctly identifies that a "sudden disaster" death is irrelevant, a "sudden disaster" death cannot bring a person into the justified state.



Saint Gregory of Nyssa, died c. 398 A.D. >
"You are outside Paradise, O catechumen! You share the exile of Adam!"   Reference 5

Note: Adam and Eve have been defined as Catholic Saints. Adam is not in exile so this quote should read "You share the exile of all of the un-baptized".



St. John Chrysostom, Doctor of the Church, died 407 A.D. >
"It is obvious that we must grieve for our own catechumens should they depart this life without the saving grace of Baptism."   Reference 6



Council of Braga, 563 A.D. >
"Neither commemoration nor chanting is to be employed for catechumens who have died without Baptism."   Reference 7



Saint Thomas Aquinas, Doctor of the Church, died 1274 A.D. >
"Consequently, if anyone were sanctified in the womb now, they would need to be baptized in order to be conformed to the other members of Christ by receiving the Character of Baptism."   Reference 8



Saint Gregory of Nyssa, died c. 398 A.D. >
"But how can you put on Christ unless you receive the mark of Christ? Unless you receive His Baptism?"   Reference 9



Pope Eugene IV, 1431-1447 A.D. >
"For it is through Baptism we are made members of Christ and compacted into the Body of the Church."   Reference 10



Council of Valence III, 585 A.D. >
"All the multitude of the faithful are regenerated from water and the Holy Spirit, and through this truly incorporated into the Church."   Reference 11

Note: The word "truly" should be interpreted/read as "actually".



Venerable Robert Bellarmine, died 1621 A.D. >
"God provides Baptism for all His Elect."   Reference 12



Saint Bernard, died 1153 A.D. >
"Baptism has been made accessible to everyone, everywhere."   Reference 13



Catholic writing of Saint Matthew 6:33 >
"Seek first the Kingdom of God and His justice, and unto this all else will be added."



Catholic Faith (pre-fulfillment) writing of Psalm 97:5 >
"Seek first the Kingdom of God and His justice, and unto this all else will be added."



St. Alphonsus Maria Liguori, Doctor of the Church, died 1787 A.D. >
"All. All. And He who says "all" excludes nothing."   Reference 14



Blessed John Eudes, died 1680 A.D. >
"Never has anyone who entrusted himself to Our Lord been disappointed or defrauded of His expectations!"   Reference 15



Blessed Henry Suso, died 1366 A.D. >
"God never leaves unrewarded the ardent desires of holy souls."   Reference 16



Saint Augustine, Doctor of the Church, died 430 A.D. >
"Shall we void the Gospel? Shall we void the words of Christ? Shall we promise you what He refuses you?"   Reference 17



Venerable Robert Bellarmine, died 1621 A.D. >
"Furthermore, St. Augustine says that Cornelius the Centurion, although praised in the Scriptures, was not yet such that he could have been saved unless he became incorporated in the Church through the Sacrament of Baptism."   Reference 18



Saint Alphonsus Maria Liguori, Doctor of the Church, died 1787 A.D. >
"Cornelius and the Good Thief were justified without having any knowledge of Baptism, but everyone knows that the obligation of Baptism did not commence until after the death of the Savior."   Reference 19

Note: The universal requirement for water baptism started at the First Pentecost (the foundation of the Catholic Church), nine days after the Ascension of our Lord into Heaven.



Catechism of Trent >
"The time when the law of Baptism was made admits of no doubt. After the Resurrection of Our Lord, when He gave to His Apostles the command to go and 'teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost', the law of Baptism became obligatory on all who were to be saved."   Reference 20

Note 1: The universal requirement for water baptism started at the First Pentecost (the foundation of the Catholic Church), nine days after the Ascension of our Lord into Heaven.

Note 2: There is at least one English version of the Catechism of Trent that suggest that one who dies while on his way to baptism might be saved. Simply ignore things like this which are clearly false. The "baptism of desire" heretics are almost innumerable. Catechisms are not authoritative they are simply supposed to support and defend the Dogma.



Catholic writing of 1 Saint Peter 3:20-21 >
"In the days of Noah, when the Ark was under construction, eight souls were saved by water; whereunto Baptism, being of like form, now saves you also."

Note: The word "saved" means that your soul is in Heaven. One must be baptized in water and persevere to the end, believing the entire Catholic Faith to get to Heaven. See Sections 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, and 9 regarding keeping the entire Faith to have a possibility of getting to Heaven.



Saint Basil the Great, died 379 A.D. >
"Had Israel not crossed the Sea, they would not have escaped from Pharoah; likewise, if you do not go through the water, you will not escape from the cruel tyranny of the demon."   Reference 21

Note: The Israelites who crossed the Red Sea were not "jews". The "judaism" fable started about 200 B.C. when a group of the Israelites left God's covenant with Israel and fell into pagan talmudic judaism which unfortunately persists to this day, sending all of its adherents into Hell forever. Please see Section 39.1 of this website. The religion of the Old Testament Israelites was the Catholic Faith unfulfilled it wasn't "judaism". The Catholic Church unfulfilled wrote the Old Testament it wasn't written by "jews".



Catholic writing of Saint John 13:8 >
"If I wash thee not, thou shalt have no part with Me."



Saint Cyprian, died 258 A.D. >
"Being placed outside the Church, and cut off from unity and charity, heretics or schismatics could not be crowned in death, even though one should be slain for the name of Christ. Even if a man should deliver his body to be burned, he gains nothing. Baptism of blood cannot profit a heretic unto salvation, because there is no salvation outside the Church."   Reference 22

Note: Notice that Saint Cyprian states: "slain for the name of Christ" and not "slain for Christ". This is because heretics are never slain for Christ since their heretic "Christs" do not even exist. There is no such thing as a "lutheran Christ" or a "baptist Christ", etc., the only Christ that exists is the Catholic one.



Saint Pacian, died c. 390 A.D. >
"Outside the Church, no one can be a martyr."   Reference 23



Saint Alphonsus Maria Liguori, Doctor of the Church, died 1787 >
"We should not forget that the devil has his martyrs, and that he infuses into them a false constancy. It is not the punishment, but the cause, that makes the martyr, that is: the true faith."   Reference 24



Pope Pelagius II, 570-590 A.D. >
"If those unwilling to be at agreement in the Church be slain outside the Church, they cannot attain to the rewards of the Church."   Reference 25



Pope Eugene IV, 1431-1447 A.D. >
"No one, even if he pour out his blood for the name of Christ, can be saved unless he remain within the bosom and unity of the Catholic Church."   Reference 26

Note: No heretic is slain for Christ, they are slain defending the false "Christs" who do not even exist -- such as the "lutheran Christ", "baptist Christ", "methodist Christ", etc. Only Catholics can be martyrs because Christ founded only the Catholic Church to re-open Heaven for men's souls.



Saint Cyprian, died 258 A.D. >
"Nay, though they should suffer death for the Name, the guilt of such men is not removed even by their blood, for not even blood can wash away the stain of heresy. Baptism of fire does not help such a person if he dies outside the Church, for the grievous sin of schism is not purged away even by martyrdom. No martyr can he be who is not in the Church. Such a man may be put to death; crowned he cannot be."   Reference 27



Pope Saint Zosimus, 417-418 A.D. >
"When the Lord says: "Unless one be born again of water and the Holy Ghost, he shall not enter into the Kingdom of God" (Catholic Saint John 3:5), what Catholic will doubt that whoever has not deserved to be a co-heir with Christ will be a partner with the devil?"   Reference 28

References for this section

1. Pius IX: "Singulari Quadem," DNZ:1647
2. Nicene Creed: Op. cit., DNZ:86
3. Ambrose: "De Mysteriis"
4. Augustine: ATB p.150, cf. note 98; Sermon XVIII:6; JUR vol.III:1496; "Marriage and Concupiscence," PL 44:413; TSS vol.III, p.27; "On John," XIII, tract VII; TSS vol.I, p.247
5. Gregory: PG 46:417c
6. John: "The Consolation of Death," II, SS vol.IV, p.363, col.2
7. Braga: SCN vol.IX p.774
8. Thomas: STL III, Q.68, art.1, obj.3
9. Gregory: "Oration on the Word made Flesh," PG 46
10. Eugene IV: "Exultate Deo," DNZ:696
11. III Valence: DNZ:324
12. Robert: "On the Sacrament of Baptism," Bk.I, ch.4
13. Bernard: "Epistle to Hugh of St. Victor," ch.2, no.6
14. St. Alphonsus Maria: GM p.380
15. John: LJS p.53
16. Henry: "Spiritual Discourses," II; THE EXEMPLAR: Life & Writings of Bl. Henry Suso, Heller, trans. Sr. Mary Ann Edward, Dubuque, IA: c.1962
17. Augustine: Sermon CCCXCII:3, FOC p.99
18. Robert: "On the Sacrament of Penance," Bk.II, ch.14
19. Alphonsus Maria: TRE p.128, no.13
20. Catechism: COT p.171
21. Basil: PG 31:425, no.b,c
22. Cyprian: "Epistle to Antonius," LII, cf. also "Epistle to Cornelius," LVII and "De Oratio. Domin," PL 4; CSL vol.III, pt. 2; FOC cf. p.138; "Epistle to Jubaianus," JUR vol.I:597a; UOC, no.14; LOS vol.III, p.473
23. Pacian: "Ep. to Sympronian," PL 13:1051; LOS vol.I, p.336
24. Alphonsus Maria: VOM cf. p.37
25. Pelagius II: "Dilectionis Vestrae," DNZ:247
26. Eugene IV: "Cantata Domino," DNZ:714
27. Cyprian: UOC, no.14; LOS vol.III, p.473
28. Zosimus: Canon 3, XVI Carthage, Acts of the Councils: and Epistles, Decretals, and Constitutions of the Supr. Pontiffs, Paris: 1715, vol.I, p.927

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Selected prophesies of the Blessed Virgin  - & -  Quotes on being devoted to the Blessed Virgin.   (See also Section 4)
Ezechiel 44:2 > "This gate shall be shut … no man shall pass through it … the Lord the God of Israel hath entered in by it." Proverbs 8:35 > "He that shall find me (the Blessed Virgin), shall find life, and shall have salvation from the Lord."
St. Bonaventure, died 1274 > "No one ever finds Christ but with and through Mary. Whoever seeks Christ apart from Mary seeks Him in vain." Genesis 3:15 > "I will put enmities between thee and the woman, and thy seed and her seed: she shall crush thy head, and thou shalt lie in wait for her heel."
Ecclesiasticus 24:25 > "In me is all grace of the way and the truth, in me is all hope of life and virtue." St. Antoninus, died 1459 > "All graces that have ever been bestowed on men, all of them came through Mary."
St. John Damascene, died 749 > "Pure and Immaculate Virgin, save me and deliver me from eternal damnation." Wisdom 7:26 > "For she is the brightness of eternal light, and the unspotted mirror of God's majesty."
Ecclesiasticus 24:24 > "I am the mother of fair love, and of fear, and of knowledge, and of holy hope." St. Agnes, died 304 > "There is no one in the world who, if he asks for it, does not partake of the Divine mercy through the tenderness of Mary."
Proverbs 30:11-12 > "There is a generation that ... doth not bless their mother. A generation pure in their own eyes and yet not washed from their filthiness." Blessed John Eudes, died 1680 > "Every grace and blessing possessed by the Church, all the treasures of light, holiness, and glory that abide in her, on earth as well as in Heaven, all are due to the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary."
St. Athanasius, died 373 > "Thou, O Lady, were filled with grace, so that thou might be the way of our salvation and the means of ascent into the heavenly kingdom." Psalm 131:8 > "Arise, O Lord, into Thy resting place: Thou and the ark, which Thou hast sanctified."  (The Blessed Virgin bodily in Heaven)

Truth of the super-natural order:
All grace starts with God, goes to the hands of the Blessed Virgin, and then into the world. God (Grace Himself) came into the world
by the Blessed Virgin, God never changes, all grace follows the same path to this day and until the end of the world.


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