Why Doesn’t the Reform Catholic Church Require Infant Baptism?
The Reform Catholic Church believes that this sacrament should be meaningful to the participant. An infant does not understand the meaning of Baptism. Once a person has reached the age of 18, and has spent the time to qualify as a member of the Church, that person will be able to make an informed, meaningful decision whether or not to be Christian. The Reform Catholic Church does not oppose infant Baptism.