The answer is no. Someone who is at the point of death, must explicitly profess the Faith in order to receive Baptism and gain graces. And implicit faith / desire is not sufficient.
Pope Eugene IV:
Whoever wishes to be saved, needs above all else to hold the Catholic Faith; unless each one preserve this whole and entire, he will without a doubt perish in eternity (After defining the Holy Trinity and the Incarnation and the necessity to believe in these truthts) ...This is the Catholic Faith; unless each one believes this faithfully and frimly, he cannot be saved.
Pope St Pius X:
"We declare that a great number of those who are condemned to eternal punishment suffer everlasting calamity because of ignorance of those mysteries of faith which must be known and believed in order to be numbered among the Elect"
Pope Clement XI:
A missionary should not baptize one who does not believe explicitly in the Lord Jesus Christ, but it is bound to instruct him about al those matters which are necessary, by a necessity of means, in accordance with the capacity of the one baptized.
Baptism can never be impossible to receive for anyone, since God has revealed and commanded Baptism for the attainment of eternal salvation and God does not command impossibilities. This is a promise of God Himself. Our Lord says " Ask and it shall be given to you, seek and you SHALL find for everyone who asks receive and who seeks finds...
So Vermont and all those who have non Catholic family or friends, we shall grieve upon those loved ones who irreparably will be damned forever at the moment of death. Let us pray for these souls so they can be converted to the True Faith before they die. Let us do as much as we possibly can during this earthly exile to convert them and take their veils off their eyes!