They have changed the teaching of the Church and are presenting a new doctrine, out of political expedience.
Jem Sullivan on the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) website 1 says evangelize even if you do not know what to say the Holy Spirit will help you. The USCCB has only permitted her to proclaim Jesus without the necessity of the Catholic Church. This is all the Vatican is permitted to say according to the enemies of the Church.
At the personal level when talking to officials of the USCCB she would have to repeat fantasy. She would have to say that the baptism of desire is not invisible for us but it is explict seen in the flesh.These visible cases are explicit exceptions to the literal and traditional interpretation of Fr.Leonard Feeney.If she does not tell this lie she would not be allowed to speak again.
This is the lie that the Office for the New Evangelisation has to maintain in Rome.They have to be in step with the one world religion and Zionists world goals.
So the USCCB has to repeat the lie about formal membership in the Catholic Church not being necessary for salvation. This is the USCCB public policy and Jem Sullivan on the video is making a virtue out of a necessity. She is presenting an incomplete doctrine( Jesus without the Church).She is also implying like the USCCB that this is the teaching of the Catholic Church inspired by the Holy Spirit. In other words the Holy Spirit was wrong before 1949.Or, there is some new Revelation in the Catholic Church. Perhaps it is Vatican Council II's visible in the flesh cases of salvation.(NA 2,AG 11 etc)
The USCCB infers that the baptism of desire etc are physically visible.So they are exceptions to the traditional interpretation of the dogma before 1949.They would have to be visible to be explicit exceptions to extra ecclesiam nulla salus.They would have to be seen in the flesh to be exceptions to the dogma on exclusive salvation.This was implied in the USCCB doctrinal Notification on Fr.Peter C.Phan.It said the Church was necessary for salvation for all EXCEPT for those saved in invincible ignorance and the baptism of desire.It was implying that that these cases were not just accepted as implicit cases, possibilities but that they were defacto cases in the present times.
Sullivan and the USCCB for political reasons cannot say outside the Church there is no salvation. So they have changed the teaching of the Church and are presenting a new doctrine, out of political expedience.
How can the USCCB claim that the baptism of desire and being saved in invincible ignorance are exceptions to extra ecclesiam nulla salus ?
1. Neither has Jem Sullivan or anyone else at the USCCB personally seen any one saved in invincible ignorance or the baptism of desire in 2014.
2.The Church does not state/infer in any pre-1949 magisterial document that implicit desire refers to explicit cases.
3.Neither do these magisterial documents state that these cases are explicit exceptions to extra ecclesiam nulla salus.
When the Letter of the Holy office 1949 mentioned implicit desire and being saved in invincible ignorance with reference to Fr.Leonard Feeney - it was factually wrong.It was not relevant to Fr.Leonard Feeney's interpretation of the dogma which says sacramental baptism is needed for all with no exceptions.However it is politically useful for the USCCB and the Vatican to claim that the baptism of desire and being saved in invincible ignorance are exceptions to extra ecclesiam nulla salus.
The USCCB and the Vatican have changed the Good News, they have changed the Nicene Creed, they have changed Jesus' teaching in the Bible to prevsent a politically correct non controversial message.
Sullivan should have said (but she did not) evangelize since all non Catholics ( Protestants included) are on the way to Hell unless they convert into the Catholic Church with 'faith and baptism'(AG 7).This is the Good News.Jesus died and is Risen to save all people from going to Hell.To receive this salvation all people need to convert into the Catholic Church with 'faith and baptism'(AG 7).This is the teaching of Vatican Council II (AG 7) , the Catechism of the Catholic Church 846, Dominus Iesus 20 etc.
Instead the USCCB 'evangelizes'with a new doctrine which is heresy.It denies the thrice defined dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus and makes this denial with a fantasy theory; allegedly being able to see the dead-saved on earth!
USCCB video on Daily Mass Readings presents Jesus without the necessity of membership in the Catholic Church for salvation