In the below video, Bishop Fellay of the Society of Saint Pius X discusses ecumenism, the trouble he sees with ecumenism, and how the language of the Catholic Faith concerning non-Catholic religions has changed since Vatican II. I posted this once before, going on a year ago.
This helps to understand some of the differences the SSPX has with Rome today. Bishop Fellay points out a couple of different times that the only path to heaven – the only plane that will fly – is the Catholic Faith. It is hard to find that stated today within the Church. And yet, it is still the official teaching of the Catholic Faith.
It is one of those things that “cannot change”. And yet it is one of those things where if you ask a direct question, it can be hard to get a straight answer today.
What about “Baptism of Desire”? Going off Bishop Fellay’s analogy, I would say it is when the non-Christian, doing the absolute best he can to follow God and being “invincibly ignorant”, gets on the Catholic plane 🙂