I am merely stating is that I believe God CAN make exceptions, since God is not bound to the Sacraments.
This is the De fide
dogma of the Catholic Church; "Baptism by water is, since the promulgation of the Gospel, necessary for all men without exception, for salvation."
Also this; "Souls who depart this life in the state of original sin are excluded from the Beatific Vision of God."
The dogmas of the Catholic Church are not based on emotionalism or what you impose on God as being "just." The souls who go to Limbo are in the exact place they are supposed to be.
Also, Limbo certainly was taught by the Church. It is a theological necessity based upon two Die fide
dogmas above, which you deny.
The 2nd General Council of Lyons (1274) and the Council of Florence (1438) declared: "the souls of those who die in original sin as well as those who die in actual mortal sin go immediately into hell but their punishment is very different)."
Pope Innocent III and Pope Pius VI also affirmed the teaching of Limbo.
Pope Sixtus V taught in a 1588 Constitution that victims of abortion, being deprived of Baptism, are "excluded from Beatific Vision," which is one of the reasons Sixtus V denounced abortion as a heinous crime.
St. Thomas Aquinas taught that the unbaptized "cannot be saved, for there is only one means of being incorporated with Jesus Christ and of receiving his grace [Baptism], without which there is no salvation among men."
Of course, I know this doesn't mean anything to you and your made-up religion of opinions and "exceptions." It comes as no surprise that you discount one of the greatest doctors of the Church in Catholicism. I guess Augustine was one of those evil "rad trads."
Please show me in your Novus Ordo magisterium where it says that all baptized non-Catholics are operating under invincible ignorance and are "saved."
No, the rad-trad Church that is not in union with Rome teaches this.
Yeah, all those "rad-trade" saints, doctors, theologians, popes and councils before Vatican II taught it. But I'm sure you know better than they do with you religion of opinions.
St. Augustine: "No man can find salvation except in the Catholic Church. Outside the Catholic Church one can have everything except salvation. One can have honor, one can have sacraments, one can sing alleluia, one can answer amen, one can have faith in the Name of the Father and the Son and of the Holy Ghost, and preach it too, but never can one find salvation except in the Catholic Church."
Council of Florence; "It [The Catholic Church} firmly believes, professes, and proclaims that those not living within the Catholic Church, not only pagans, but also Jews and heretics and schismatics cannot become participants in eternal life, but will depart “into everlasting fire which was prepared for the devil and his angels”
As far as your heretical belief that non-Catholic sects are in some kind of "communion" with the Catholic Church, that has been condemned on multiple occasions by the magisterium of the Catholic Church.
I will only post one such example. Please note that I am not posting any examples of Catholic magisterium for your benefit as you have shown that they mean absolutely nothing to you. I am posting these for the benefit of others to prove that you are wrong, and you reject the infallible teaching of the Catholic Church in favor of your made-up religion of opinions and "exceptions."
Pope Pius IX [Letter Jam vos omnes, September 13, 1868, to Protestants and other non-Catholics] "Now, anyone who wishes to examine with care and to meditate on the condition of the different religious societies divided among themselves and separated from the Catholic Church will easily be convinced that no one of these societies nor all of them together in any way constitute or are that one Catholic Church which Our Lord founded and established and which He willed to create. Nor is it possible, either, to say that these societies are either a member or part of this same Church, since they are visibly separated from Catholic unity."