We can always count on the infallibility of Church doctrine.
If you interpret Lumen Gentium 8 ( elements of sanctification and truth in other religions) as referring to known or unknown people in the present times you have two interpretations of Vatican Council II.
If you interpret the baptism of desire as referring to invisible or visible people saved outside the Church in the present times you have two interpretations of the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus.
You are presently interpreting LG 8 as a rupture with EENS and this is your irrational interpretation of Vatican Council II and EENS.One of two interpretations.
You are also interpreting the baptism of desire (BOD) as an example of salvation outside the Church and an exception to EENS, this is your irrational interpretation of EENS and BOD.
You are denying the infallibility of the popes ex cathedra who defined EENS in three Church Councils.
Like the present liberal Magisterium you are saying that what was once an 'infalllible teaching' is no more infallible and you have the support of the Left and the Vatican.-Lionel Andrades
Vatican Council II is not how Christopher Ferrara and Roberto dei Mattei interpret it (Graphics)