Q & A with Fr Job, installment XII:
Question: May one remember in prayer “for the living” non-Orthodox names?
Answer: There are cases in which, at a Baptism in an Orthodox church, someone keeps the non-Orthodox name given him at birth. Such a person must be commemorated in church, because he is a member of the Church. Handing in a commemoration slip, one must indicate next to his name that he is Baptized into Orthodoxy. If a person is not Baptized Orthodox, then one may pray for him privately.