Prodinoscopus, there was once a condemnation made against the errors of the Jansenists and it reads as follows:
Pope Alexander VIII, Errors of the Jansenists, #28: "Baptism is valid when conferred by a minister who observes all the external rite and form of baptizing, but within his heart resolves, I do not intend what the Church does." - CONDEMNED
I was baptized in the Anglican communion as an infant, but in light of the above condemned proposition, I had myself conditionally baptized (re-baptism, per se, is a sacrilege, but you know that) by an apostate after I had abjured before him and another man. I still question its validity and I desire to be conditionally baptized by someone else I trust to have the right intention.