The Italian Federation which conducts the Spiritual Exercises of St.Ignatius of Loyola (FIES www.fiesroma.it ) promote the late Cardinal Carlo Martini S.J on their website. The cardinal broke with Tradition and St.Ignatius of Loyola. He rejected the Church's traditional teaching on other religions etc.The Sisters at FIES do the same, just like the Jesuits.
In August the Spiritual Directors listed at the Gregorian Pontifical University Rome chapel could be available to conduct the Spiritual Exercises of St.Ignatius of Loyola, along with the visible to us baptism of desire and with exceptions to mortal sin. This would be a big break from the text of the Ignatian Spiritual Exercises. St.Ignatius of Loyola believed in mortal sin and outside the Church there is no salvation.
Neither the dogma on salvation nor the Nicene Creed makes any mention of known to us baptism of desire but for the Jesuit priests here , these cases are known to God and also visible for us. With this irrationality they will conduct the Ignatian Exercises.
For the anti-Robert Bellarmine Spiritual Directors the baptism of desire is visible and not invisible and so Fr.Leonard Feeney made a mistake. They have broken away with St.Bellarmine and St.Francis Xavier since they have assumed there are known exceptions to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus.
As mentioned in the previous post during the next semester at the Gregorian University students will go to Fr.Xavier Hwang S.J and other Jesuit priests. They will put aside Veritatis Splendor of Pope John Paul II.It says the outer action indicates the inner intention and not vice versa i.e the outer action does not indicate the inner intention since we cannot judge deliberate consent and full knowledge.This is a new theory like the visible-dead one.
Jesuits who once broke with the Magisterium and expelled Fr.Leonard Feeney from the community could be finally admitting that today the Magisterium has also made a mistake. It means the Jesuit Superior General in Boston who expelled Fr.Leonard Feeney also made a mistake.So the Jesuit Superior General, could have believed the dead are visible who are genuine exceptions to the literal interpretation of the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus.The same as today's Jesuits.
Neither the dogma on salvation nor the Nicene Creed make any mention of known to us baptism of desire but for the Jesuit priests here, these cases are known to God and also visible for us.
The Jesuit Spiritual Directors are :-
Delio Mendonca S.J ,
Mark Inglot S.J (email@example.com )
Josephn Jeevendra Jadhav S.J (firstname.lastname@example.org ),
Xavier Hwang S.J ( email@example.com ),
Peter Lah S.J ( firstname.lastname@example.org ),
Linus Kujur S.J (email@example.com ),
Miguel Coll S.J (firstname.lastname@example.org ),
Adam Wolanin S.J (email@example.com ) ,
Bryan Lobo S.J (firstname.lastname@example.org ),
Michael Woods .J ( Woods@unigre.it) ,
Jonas Elias Capriani S. ( email@example.com )
Francisco Campos ( firstname.lastname@example.org ),
Victor Zhuk S.J ( Victor.email@example.com ),
Eric Ramirez S.J ( firstname.lastname@example.org ),
Jakub Garcar S.J (email@example.com )
To reject an ex cathedra dogma is heresy. To contradict the Nicene Creed ( I believe in three known baptism for the forgiveness of sins and not one) is a first class heresy too.
There are no known exceptions to the dogma on salvation and the Jesuits have assumed there are .They have built a whole new theology, on this error, which is a break with the founders of the Jesuit community.With these new doctrines they are conducting Ignatian Exrecises and are also Spiritual Directors.