I found a really interesting parish record the other day for Czech town of Vítkovice. Here is a direct link.
Here is an image of the whole record.
And here is a close up of what I found so interesting:
It is a stamp that says:
"Defecit a fide,
manet sine confessione.
deto [date?] ___________________"
This is Latin. Here is what I make of it so far:
"Defected from the faith.
Remains without a confession.
Government [?] [??]
Then, you cane see that there is written:
17.6.1922 ["20268" then a stamped "2...."]
5.2.29 [some letters that vaguely look like "ro?"]
I just find it interesting that there is a stamp for defecting from the Catholic church! I have not seen this before. I wonder if the later Czech records, the ones that we do not yet have access to, would have more of these stamps on them.