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Whether the marriage is null and void on the ground that the consent of the wife was obtained by fraud, force, and coercion?

Whether the marriage between the petitioner and first respondent alleged to have conducted after an attempted conversion of religion by undergoing the ceremony of baptism was in accordance with the law regulating marriages among the Latin Catholic Community?


The mere fact that one has undergone the ceremony of baptism may not by itself be sufficient to hold that one has become a Christian. The fundamental thing to be established before one can be held to be Christian is that the person concerned truly believes in and professes the Christian faith.

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