I am a Roman Catholic and i really do not care if the LDS baptize the Names of my ancestors. Go ahead because it means absolutely nothing to me. I don’t believe in their baptism. It will have no effect on my ancestors.
I don’t understand why the LDS doesn’t just do a gigantic group baptisimal of all human beings from time immemorial, as potential LDS members if they choose it when they all get to heaven, or for all those there already. The intent seems to be so that families and their lineage will not be separated in heaven because they are not all LDS church members. So, save some time, baptize all the dead and all who will end up dead, in a one-time special ceremony. Why do it one be one? That way, either all other religions (or atheists/agnostics) will be offended by these baptisms, or none will be, as it is such a blanket baptismal generality. The Mormon’s problem with uniting in Heaven would be solved, and the rest of the world wouldn’t care because it would be meaningless to them. Problem solved.
I agree with you wholeheartedly. I leave it to God to sort out whether it matters or not. In my humble opinion the Church has more pressing things to worry about these days.