OK< but here's a sticky point: WHO, of the heretical and schismatic sects, really INTENDS to do what the Church does in Baptism, which is not only to remove the stain of original sin and, in the case of people above the age of reason, any actual sins, but is ALSO to make the person a MEMBER OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Sure, the Lutherans think that Baptism makes a person a member of 'the church', whatever that means in their vague ecclesiology, but who of these people actually intends to make a person CATHOLIC by their baptism?
I think this is another case in which the language of Canon Law assumes that the person DOING the baptizing IS a Catholic, just not a priest. Even my wife, who was raised NO to the core, was taught by her parish priests and sisters that it was CATHOLIC laypeople who could baptize in an emergency; they never said anything about non-Catholics, because I am sure they didn't assume that a non-Catholic was possessed of the right intent.
I would assume that Lutherans at LEAST believe in BAPTISM of infants and that baptism is a sacrament, rather than a 'dedication' and an 'ordinance', but I am still not convinced that the wording of the rule concedes proper intent in a non-Catholic's effort to baptize.
St. John, baptizer of the repentant, pray for us.
Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on us.