On 25 March 1993 His Holiness Pope John Paul II approved the revised The 1995 Plenary Meeting was largely devoted to discussion of these proposals and suggestions for their amendment. The bishops particularly recommended that a single text should be produced integrating the contents of the two draft texts.
@cengime @englishtradcat @tradcatveils Don't worry I am not a feeneyite. Baptism of desire is part of Catholic teaching. But by it people are still saved through the Catholic Church, to which they belong by desire. They are NOT saved by the non-Catholic sects. But this is why V2 and following doctrine clearly teaches.
@cengime @englishtradcat @tradcatveils But the point I wanted to underline is that in the V2 ecclesiology, someone, when baptized, can enter the " communion " without going through the Catholic Church.
@cengime @englishtradcat @tradcatveils Well in Catholic doctrine, a child is baptized and therefore member of the Catholic Church. On the other hand, if he should embrace heresy, he is out of communion. Otherwise why wouldn't damned souls with baptism also keep an " imperfect communion "?