'Dear Father' - What about baptism in an interfaith setting?
Q. My granddaughter married a Jewish man at an ecumenical service that was presided over by her parish priest and his rabbi. Her husband promised her before marriage that the children would be baptized and receive an education in the Catholic faith. Well, now that their first child was born, he had a change of heart and would not attend the Baptism.
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