The Magisterium and the Baptism of Desire
Trent is saying that the baptism of water is necessary for salvation and even if desired ( by a catechumen), it has to be followed by the baptism of water.
The text does not say that you can receive the baptism of desire without water.This has to be inferred. The liberals infer this.
They do not know of any one saved without the baptism of water yet they infer and speculate.They imply there are exceptions when there cannot be any exception according to the dogma EENS and the Council of Trent (quoted in this Canon)
There cannot be any exception according to physical reality. We cannot meet any one saved with the baptism of desire and without the baptism of water. So in 1949 there was no physical evidence to suggest that there was salvation outside the Catholic Church and so Fr.Leonard Feeney was wrong.
The Holy Office 1949 made a factual mistake. There could not be a baptism of desire exception, on earth.
The magisterium made an objective error in the Fr.Leonard Feeney case.
The same wrong inference is there when it is assumed today that LG 16 ( invincible ignorance) refers not to hypothetical cases but de facto persons known personally in the present times.
Without this irrationality, Vatican Council II (AG 7,LG 14 ) is Feeneyite since LG 16 etc cannot be explicit and so it cannot be an exception to AG 7 and LG 14 and the dogma EENS, according to Fr.Leonard Feeney and Cantate Dominio, Council of Florence 1441.