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 Post subject: Sub Conditione
PostPosted: 15:13:58 Tue 11/Jul/2017 
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The term Sub conditione can sometimes be found in Catholic baptism registers. As I understand it, others may be able to add further information, it identifies the event as a conditional baptism due to potential issues over the validity of the baptism. The person could have been an adult convert from another faith, could have been a child previously baptised in another faith or it may not be known for certain whether the person had been baptised previously or not.


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 Post subject: Re: Sub Conditione
PostPosted: 09:43:33 Wed 12/Jul/2017 
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Also the word (possibly in Latin) Conditionaliter, as seen in this adult baptism.


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