If you are Catholic and were married in a Catholic ceremony, the priest had to get proof that you were baptized. You could ask a priest at the parish where you were married to see if there is a note about your Baptism on the marriage record. The priest has to actually verify the baptism, not just take your word for it.
The International Red Cross has the files on people who were displaced during World War II. They might have a record of people who were in forced labor in Germany. If they do, you will know what town your mother had to live near during the war. If you know what town, it isn't difficult to find the diocese and the parish. If the parish no longer exists, the diocese has to assign its records to another parish or to its archives for safe keeping. I don't know how they handled parishes that were burned by the Nazis or bombed by the Allies.
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