Then let's see if they still say doctrine has not changed.
Christopher Ferrara 1 and John Vennari 2 in their reports on the Exhortatation Amoris Laetitia have not stated that there cannot be any known exception to the Catholic Church's traditional teaching on faith and morals.
Amoris Laetitia is based on known exceptions to traditional mortal sin.While Pope Benedict's 'development of doctrine' on extra ecclesiam nulla salus (EENS) is also based on known exceptions to the traditional teaching on exclusive salvation in the Catholic Church.
This is heresy in faith and morals based on knowing, in human terms, non Catholics who are saved outside the Church and Catholics who are saved even though they have been living in mortal sin.Humanly it is not possible to know
this in specific cases.
We cannot physically see people in Heaven who are in this category.There is no 'situation ethics' in morals and there should be no 'situation ethics' in faith.The baptism of desire and blood without the the baptism of water, cannot be a known situation in our reality in 2016.There cannot be exceptions to the Feeneyite interpretation of EENS.The Holy Office in 1949 made a mistake in the Letter to the Archbishop of Boston relative to Fr.Leonard Feeney.
Hypothetical cases being explicit exceptions to traditional teachings is an innovation in the Church.
1) Someone should ask the two popes or cardinals Schonborn or Burke, whom do they know who is in Heaven in 2016, without 'faith and baptism'(AG 7,LG 14)?
2) Who do they know on earth in 2016 who is living in mortal sin and will still go to Heaven? How can they physically see or know an exception?
Also ask them where is the case of someone saved in invincible ignorance (LG 16), seeds of the Word(AG 11),elements of sanctification and truth(LG 8), all, without the baptism of water?
There is no such case.
So does Vatican Council II really support the dogma EENS according to the 16th century missionaries, contrary to what Pope Benedict said ?
The answer is Yes.
If we eliminate the 'known exceptions' theory, Cardinal Marx and Cardinal Kasper would have to admit that there is no change in doctrine and that Vatican Council II supports the 16th century Jesuit missionaries on extra ecclesiam nulla salus and the moral teachings of the Church are still the same as in the 16th century.
Then let's see if they still say doctrine has not changed.-Lionel Andrades
Amoris Laetitia: Anatomy of a Pontifical Debacle
Situation Ethics Enshrined - Q & A on Francis' Amoris Laetitia
With Amoris Laeititia's 'situation ethics', 'subjectivism' and 'known exceptions to mortal sin', the traditional doctrine on mortal sin, salvation, receiving the Eucharist and sacrilege has been changed.http://eucharistandmission.blogspot.it/2016/04/with-amoris-laeititias-situation-ethics.html