Who can see someone in Heaven saved with mortal sin on their soul?
Who knows of someone in April 2016 who is living in manifest mortal sin but will go to Heaven since they do not have 'full knowledge' or 'deliberate consent' 1
Can any one objectively say that they will know how Jesus will judge a person now living in concubinage? Will Jesus consider some subjective factor or some social factor as making a mortal sin not a mortal sin ?
None of us can say that they personally know someone living in mortal sin who has sanctifying grace and will go to Heaven if he dies immediately.
Amoris Laeitita has the same objective error of the new moral theology.
In the new moral theology, which is part of Amoris Laetitia it is assumed that we humans can judge when a Catholic living in adultery ( concubinage) will not go to Hell, if they die immediately.So there are known exceptions to the traditional teaching on mortal sin.
Similarly for Cardinal Schonborn the baptism of desire and being saved in invincible ignorance refer to known exceptions to the 16th century missionaries interpretation of the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus(EENS).
HERMENEUTIC OF CONTINUITY
In the new moral theology it is assumed that there are known exceptions, to Catholics living in mortal sin,there is a hermeneutic of rupture with the traditional teaching on mortal sin which did not mention any personally known exceptions.
DEVELOPMENT OF DOCTRINE
Since there are known exceptions to traditional mortal sin there is a development of doctrine on mortal sin.Theoretically mortal sin is accepted but in practise it is believed we cannot always judge any case, because of subjective factors, which are always known exceptions, to saying someone in particular is in mortal sin.
Theoretically Cardinal Schonborn will postulate that there are exceptions but in reality, pastorally he will not say that any couple is an exception according to the new theology.
In the new salvation theology the baptism of desire is theoretical.However when the Letter of the Holy Office (1949) considered it an exception to EENS it became explicit and personally known. It would have to be personally known to be an exception to EENS.
Similarly in the new moral theology the exceptions to mortal sin mentioned in the Catechism of the Catholic Church are theoretical.However when Amoris Laeitia considers them as being exceptions to the traditional teachings on mortal sin, they become explicit.
How can the conditions for mortal sin or actual baptism of desire be explicit for us human beings?This is the flaw in the new theology, in faith and morals. This flaw is there in Amoris Laetitia 301
Hence it is (sic) can no longer simply be said that all those in any “irregular” situation are living in a state of mortal sin and are deprived of sanctifying grace." (#301)
1857 For a sin to be mortal, three conditions must together be met: "Mortal sin is sin whose object is grave matter and which is also committed with full knowledge and deliberate consent."-Catechism of the Catholic Church
Cardinal Schonborn would say there is a development since there are known exceptions to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus and there are exceptions to mortal sin.Chris Ferrara and Patrick Archbald would agree with him http://eucharistandmission.blogspot.it/2016/04/cardinal-schonborn-would-say-there-is.html
How can the conditions for mortal sin or actual baptism of desire be explicit for us human beings? This is the flaw in the new theology, in faith and morals. This point is omitted in Ferrara's critique