http://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/congregations/cfaith/cti_documents/rc_cti_1997_cristianesimo-religioni_en.htmlInternational Theological Commission (ITC)10. Exclusivist ecclesiocentrism—the fruit of a specific theological system or of a mistaken understanding of the phrase extra ecclesiam nulla salus—is no longer defended by Catholic theologians after the clear statements of Pius XII and Vatican Council II on the possibility of salvation for those who do not belong visibly to the Church (cf, e.g., LG 16; GS 22).-International Theological Commission, Christianity and the World Religions 1997. (Emphasis added)
'after the clear statements of Pius XII and Vatican Council II on the possibility of salvation for those who do not belong visibly to the Church'
There is no more Exclusivist ecclesiocentrism because of the possibility of salvation for those who do not belong to the Church?
This possibility of a person being saved with the baptism of desire and invincible ignorance is a fact, in reality ? We know these cases, they are visible to us ? They would have to be visible to us for them to contradict the dogma which taught there is exclusive salvation in only the Catholic Church.
So now every one does not have to be a visible member of the Catholic Church since 'the possibility of salvation' is known in reality ?
The baptism of desire which can only be accepted in principle is now known defacto, explicitly.It is no more hypothetical and accepted in theory, in faith but it is physically seen and personally known?
And where does Pope Pius XII or the Letter of the Holy Office state that these possibilities are known exceptions to the dogma or that we can see these cases in real life ?-Lionel Andrades