Fr. John Zuhlsdorf defends not giving the Eucharist at Holy Mass to Lutherans but he does this with no reference to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus.Since he supports Cushingism and rejects Feeneyism. So for him there are exceptions to the dogma on exclusive salvation in the Catholic Church.Not all Lutherans need to convert Fr. Zuhlsdorf?
For him the baptism of desire(BOD) and blood (BOB) and being saved in invincible ignorance(I.I), refer to personally known persons in 2015 who all are visible in Heaven or going to be visible in Heaven, without the baptism of water.
So they are exceptions to the Feeneyite interpretation of extra ecclesiam nulla salus (EENS).
This was the objective error of the Holy Office in 1949.He supports it.So does Pope Benedict and Pope Francis.
Being a Cushingite Fr.Z cannot cite EENS as a reason for not giving the Eucharist to the Lutherans. He cannot say Lutherans are outside the Church and there is no known case of a Lutheran being saved outside the Church. He cannot say that there is no known case of any one being saved outside the Church since being a Cushingite he assumes there is salvation outside the Catholic Church and all do not need to be formal members with faith and baptism.
For Fr. Zuhlsdorf, Lumen Gentium 16 ( being saved in invincible ignorance) would also have to be an explicit case, objectively seen today.So Vatican Council II is a break with EENS for him. It is the same with Pope Francis.
Since there is salvation outside the Catholic Church for Pope Francis he will give the Eucharist to the Lutherans and other Protestants.One does not have to be a Catholic to be saved for Pope Francis.
Also for Fr. Zuhsdorf one does not need to be a Catholic to be saved since BOD, BOB and I.I are exceptions to EENS and the old ecclesiology.However he believes the Lutherans should not be given the Eucharist based on pre- 1808 Church-doctrines.
Before the confusion in the 1808 Baltimore Catechism, the ecclesiology of the Church was exclusivist.There was exclusive salvation in only the Catholic Church. Lutherans are on the way to Hell said St. Theresa of Avila. She was saying extra ecclesiam nulla salus.The Lutherans were heretics and outside the Church.
However unlike Theresa of Avila and the saints, for Pope Francis there is no objective reality.He claims individual conscience is supreme.This is his opening to all types of heresy and sacrilege.
Fr. Zuhlsdorf does not believe individual conscience is supreme for salvation. He believes in an objective reality , but like Pope Francis he also believes the Church has changed its teachings on the dogma defined by three Church Councils.