(3:00) 'When an American Jesuit did seek to propose an absolutist form of interpretation of extra ecclesiam nulla salus he was disciplined by the pope for saying that'-Bishop Keven McDonald.
O.K. So then the pope was wrong. Since there are no practical exceptions to the absolute interpretation of the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus(EENS).We cannot meet or see any one in 2017 or in the past who was, is or will be an exception to EENS.
Secondly, the pope was then objectively wrong, when he assumed that invisible cases of the baptism of desire and being saved in invincible ignorance were visible exceptions to the absolutist interpretation of EENS.It is a fact of life that we cannot see BOD and I.I cases in Heaven. Also to be exceptions to EENS they would have to be on earth.They are invisible and only hypothetical cases for us.No one knows who precisely is that catechumen who sought the baptism of water and died before receiving it and is actually saved.-Lionel Andrades