You have misrepresent Pope St. Pius X because he also said in question 29...
29 Q. But if a man through no fault of his own is outside the Church,
can he be saved?
A. If he is outside the Church through no fault of his, that is, if he
is in good faith, and if he has received Baptism, or at least has the
implicit desire of Baptism; and if, moreover, he sincerely seeks the
truth and does God's will as best he can such a man is indeed
separated from the body of the Church, but is united to the soul of
the Church and consequently is on the way of salvation.
So is this a reference to an invisible or visible case in 2016 ?I don't have a problem with it.
AND YOU DIDN'T ANSWER MY QUESTION.
Pope St. Pius X officially promulgated his catechism 1912. You know
better than Pope St. Pius X?
It is a good Catechism. It is Feeneyite. I would recommend it.
However as the liberal theologians did, I would not recommend that you infer 29Q as being explicit, visible, seen in the flesh in 2016.
The same with the Baltimore Catechism. Do not interpret the baptism of desire as being explicit and repeatable like the baptism of water.
Accept it as only a possibility known to God and it could be followed with the baptism of water.Either way, with or without the baptism of water, it refers to an imaginary case for us. So it is not relevant to the Feeneyite interpretation of the dogma EENS.Pope Pius XII made a
Are you going to admit that you're wrong again?
I said Pope Piux XII and the Archbishop of Boston contradict the Catechism of Pope Pius X.
The Letter of the Holy Office says that it is not required that a person be incorporated into the Church as a member for salvation while the Catechism of Pius X says it is necessary.