The SSPX General Chapter 2012 (1) stated:
We have determined and approved the necessary conditions for an eventual canonical normalization. We have decided that, in that case, an extraordinary Chapter with deliberative vote will be convened beforehand.
It then states:
For this reason it seems opportune that we reaffirm our faith in the Roman Catholic Church, the unique Church founded by Our Lord Jesus Christ, outside of which there is no salvation nor possibility to find the means leading to salvation...'
The General Chapter Statement says :
The Society continues to uphold the declarations and the teachings of the constant Magisterium of the Church in regard to all the novelties of the Second Vatican Council which remain tainted with errors...
Bishop Bernard Fellay and the General Chapter members did not state that it was Vatican Council II itself which says 'outside ' the Church ' there is no salvation nor possibility to find the means leading to salvation..'.
Bishop Bernard Fellay, the Superior General of the Society of St.Pius (SSPX) made a doctrinal error by confusing implicit for us baptism of desire as being explicit for us. What is invisible for us he implies is visible in the flesh (2).
In the Catechism of Pope Pius X 27 Q states no one can be saved outside the Catholic Church. In 29 Q it mentions that a person can be saved under certain conditions with the baptism of desire but does not state that these cases are visible for us.It does not claim or imply that 29C contradicts 27 Q and also the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus.
Bishop Bernard Fellay assumed that the baptism of desire is an exception to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus implying that these cases are personally and objectively known. Only if they are objectively known can they be exceptions in the present times.