And I believe in Baptism of Desire.
Baptism off desire always meant explicit baptism of desire of the catechumen, just like gay meant merry. Today, when Catholics say that they believe in baptism of desire, it means that they believe that anyone can be saved outside of the Church, and that is as dishonest as the sodomites today calling themselves gay. That's a big problem. (P.S. - Implicit Baptism of Desire meant the same as Baptism of desire above, but for not yet catechumens who wanted to be a Catholic, and in both cases they required belief in the Incarnation and the Holy Trinity.)The writer should have written that he believes in salvation by implicit faith or by belief in a god that rewards, or salvation for people in the whole of humanity.