It depends upon how you interpret the Catechism of the Catholic Church 1.
With invisible cases being invisible all the members of the Christian denominations are on the way to Hell.
1.Since they die with mortal sin on their soul without having received absolution in the Sacrament of Confession and the three conditions for mortal sin are invisible for us in personal cases.
2.They do not have faith and baptism in the Catholic Church and if there was any one saved with the baptism of desire, invincible ignorance or some other condition without the baptism of water in the Catholic Church it would be invisible for us in 2017.So there are no known Christians who are exceptions to Vatican Council iI(AG 7, LG 14- all need the faith and baptism.).
So according to the Catechism of the Catholic Church all Pentecostals, Protestants and Orthodox Christians need to convert into the Catholic Church with 'faith and baptism' to avoid the fires of Hell, for salvation.
During this week of Prayers for Christian Unity we need to remember that there can only be an ecumenism of return according to the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
The other option; the common interpretation is irrational.Since it assumes invisible people or invisible subjective factors in personal cases are visible and personally known. Then it has to be inferred wrongly that these factors and unknown people are visible and known exceptions to the traditional teachings on morals and salvation.
The irrational approach, the one which is a rupture with Tradition, which does not have the hermeneutic of continuity, is the one used by the CDF and the two popes.
It is part of the doctrinally unsound New Evangelisation of Pope Benedict XVI and liberal pro-Mason cardinals.
January 24, 2017CCC 846 and 1257 support the 'rigorist interpretation' of the dogma EENS.
January 24, 2017
Dipende da come si interpreta il Catechismo della Chiesa Cattolica/It depends upon how you interpret the Catechism of the Catholic Church
January 24, 2017
Catechism's philosophical subjectivism in morals is repeated in Amoris Laetitia.