There are no known cases of the baptism of desire. Yet it was stated that the baptism of desire is an exception to the traditional interpretation of the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus Then it was assumed that Fr. Leonard Feeney was wrong .Even the popes and the saints in the Church over the centuries, was wrong.
Based upon this lie, this false hood, of their being known exceptions to the dogma on exclusive salvation, and they placed restrictions on the preaching of Fr. Leonard Feeney at the St. Benedict Center.
There was no known case of the baptism of desire and being saved in invincible ignorance.So St.Thomas Aquinas, St.Augustine, St.Anthony Mary Claret, the 16 th century missionaries...were all Feeneyites.They affirmed the 'rigorist interpretation' of the dogma.-Lionel Andrades
SEPTEMBER 29, 2015
Her father was expelled by Boston College because of the Magisterial Heresy
ROBERT KENNEDY ASKED RICHARD CUSHING TO SUPPRESS FR. LEONARD FEENEY
LG16,LG 14, LG 8, UR 3, NA 2 etc are not exceptions to EENS : Fr.Leonard Feeney's excommunication was a mistake
FEENEYISM IS IN ACCORD WITH MAGISTERIAL DOCUMENTS
EWTN, Trinity Communications, Jefferey Mirus suggest Native Americans before the arrival of the missionaries were saved
WE DO NOT KNOW ANY EXPLICIT CASE OF THE BAPTISM OF DESIRE OR OF A NON CATHOLIC BEING SAVED IN INVINCIBLE IGNORANCE- Rector, Missionaries of the Most Precious Blood, Church of Santa Maria in Trivio, Rome
Lay Catholics,including bloggers still do not realize that Vatican Council II can be interpreted with the blue or red column
This is what the SSPX and the St.Benedict Centers must agree on.The baptism of desire and baptism of blood are irrelevant to the literal interpretation of the dogma according to Fr. Leonard Feeney.
Fr.Brian Harrison also mistakes the baptism of desire as being an exception to the dogma on salvation