Sr. Sunshine says, 'All nice people go to heaven.' Fr. Overreact says, 'Only water baptized Catholics go to heaven.' Both are dead wrong! Question 321, Baltimore Catechism: 'How can those be saved who through no fault of their own have not received the sacrament of Baptism?' Answer: 'Those who through no fault of their own have not received the sacrament of Baptism can be saved through what is called baptism of blood or baptism of desire.' Period. Amen... for most of us. But some, who even call themselves traditional Catholics, cannot accept this simple teaching of our catechism. They cannot accept baptism of desire because they confuse the grace of baptism (which is necessary for salvation) with the character of baptism (which is not necessary for salvation). Because of this confusion, they deny the simple truth that all that is really necessary for salvation is to die in the state of grace. This is serious. And you need to know how to address these errors, how to defend the orthodox Faith, how to defend yourself and your family, and how to help those sitting in the darkness of error. This book examines these simple truths of our catechism. Quoting heavily the Church s Magisterium, Sacred Tradition, Sacred Scripture, and the writings of the Saints, Fr. Laisney explains the Church s teaching on Baptism of Desire. A defense of Catholicism, not of false ecumenism. Father s new edition is twice the size of his original work and is enriched and made more convincing by copious quotations from the writings of the Saints.