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[b:2ewcq5vi]Salvation Outside the Church[/b:2ewcq5vi]
No Salvation Outside the Church: An Explanation[/url:2ewcq5vi]
Ignorance: Invincible and Vincible[/url:2ewcq5vi]
How to Become a Catholic[/url:2ewcq5vi]
Is There Salvation Outside the Church?[/url:2ewcq5vi]
Leonard Freeney on “No Salvation Outside the Church”[/url:2ewcq5vi]
Tragic Errors of Leonard Freeney[/url:2ewcq5vi]
No Salvation Outside the Church[/url:2ewcq5vi]
Salvation Outside the Church[/url:2ewcq5vi]
Which Church Saves?[/url:2ewcq5vi]
The Necessity of Being Catholic[/url:2ewcq5vi]
Is There Salvation Outside the Church?[/url:2ewcq5vi]
Can Outsiders Be Insiders?[/url:2ewcq5vi]
Without the Church There Is No Salvation[/url:2ewcq5vi]
Who Will Be Saved?[/url:2ewcq5vi]
No Salvation Outside the Church?[/url:2ewcq5vi]
The Church Necessary for Salvation[/url:2ewcq5vi]
If “No Salvation Outside the Church” Is Infallible, How Can We Say Today that People Outside Can Be Saved?[/url:2ewcq5vi]
“Mr. Critic” and Salvation Outside the Catholic Church[/url:2ewcq5vi]
Against Feeneyism[/url:2ewcq5vi]
The [i:2ewcq5vi]Unam Sanctam[/i:2ewcq5vi] “Problem” Resolved[/url:2ewcq5vi]
No Salvation Outside The Church?[/url:2ewcq5vi]
The Church’s Position on Salvation Outside the Church Is Unchanged[/url:2ewcq5vi]
Salvation for Non-Christians Explained[/url:2ewcq5vi]
The Case Against Father Feeney and for Baptism of Blood/Desire[/url:2ewcq5vi]
An Examination on Three [i:2ewcq5vi]De Fide[/i:2ewcq5vi] Decrees on “No Salvation Outside the Church”[/url:2ewcq5vi]
Is There Salvation for Non-Catholics?[/url:2ewcq5vi]
Can Non-Christians Be Saved?[/url:2ewcq5vi]
Salvation by Conscience[/url:2ewcq5vi]
–[b:2ewcq5vi]note:[/b:2ewcq5vi] also see the “Baptism of Blood or Desire” section of the
[b:2ewcq5vi][i:2ewcq5vi]Baptism[/i:2ewcq5vi] entry[/b:2ewcq5vi][/url:2ewcq5vi] and the “Confronting Specific Ultratraditionalist Dissenters” section of the [b:2ewcq5vi][i:2ewcq5vi]Vatican 2 and Ultratraditionalism[/i:2ewcq5vi] entry[/b:2ewcq5vi][/url:2ewcq5vi]

what i would like to point out is that the belief that non-catholics can be “saved” is not a novel one, and it was not created at vatican II. it is something we have always believed.

pax christi,