I am no liar, and the Council of Trent taught baptism of Desire. You fear this, because as more Catholics learn this fact, they will see through your heresy.
St. Alphonsus Ligouri, the Holy Office and countless theologians all state what I am saying: Trent taught Baptism of Desire. It is de fide. The contrary is heresy.
The Feeneyite heresy cannot withstand the light of truth being shined on it.
Your definition of this so called "heresy" you accuse Fr. Feeney of is that he preached that there was no salvation outside the Church and did not preach that there was salvation outside the Church. - is that the heresy or is it that he preached against salvation for those outside the Church?
He did not preach of salvation outside the Church through one's own personal sincerity. - is that the heresy or is it that he preached against it?
He preached that the sacrament was necessary unto salvation - is that the heresy or is it that he did not preach against the necessity of the sacrament like you do?
He preached the road to hell is paved with good intentions - is that the heresy or is it that you believe the road to heaven is paved with good intentions?
While you labor under study to answer the above questions, why not do the Catholic thing and at least TRY to start and courageously participate in a thread defending the necessity of the Sacrament for the hope of salvation?
Let us know how that works for you.