If the correct intention is necessary for the validity of a sacrament, how could Protestant baptisms be valid, and how could Masses celebrated by modernist priests who deny the Real Presence be valid?

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If the correct intention is necessary for the validity of a sacrament, how could Protestant baptisms be valid, and how could Masses celebrated by modernist priests who deny the Real Presence be valid?

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Catholics know from their catechism that three things are necessary for the validity of every sacrament: correct matter, form and intention.

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