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Read the following excerpt from the Council of Trent, Seventh Session, Decree on the Sacraments. Then answer the following question: On Baptism CANON V.—If any one saith, that baptism is free, that is, not necessary unto salvation; let him be anathema. CANON XII.—If any one saith, that no one is to be baptized save at that age at which Christ was baptized, or in the very article of death; let him be anathema. Public Domain Which of the following conclusions can be drawn based on the excerpt?

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During the Counter-Reformation, the Catholic Church agreed with Calvinists on the issue of baptism. During the Counter-Reformation, the Catholic Church agreed with Anabaptists on the issue of baptism. During the Counter-Reformation, the Catholic Church maintained that baptism was optional. During the Counter-Reformation, the Catholic Church maintained that children should be baptized.
The answer is D. [During the Counter-Reformation, the Catholic Church maintained that children should be baptized.] :)
D) During the Counter-Reformation, the Catholic Church maintained that children should be baptized.

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