Any person who professes to be Catholic must, in fidelity to the Roman Pontiffs, reject the heretical teachings of baptism of desire and baptism of blood, which are contrary to the dogma "Outside the Catholic Church there is no salvation".
Pope Eugene IV, Council of Florence, Session 11, 1442, ex cathedra: “It firmly believes, professes and preaches that all those who are outside the Catholic Church, not only pagans but also Jews or heretics and schismatics, cannot share in eternal life and will go into the everlasting fire which was prepared for the devil and his angels, unless they are joined to the Catholic Church before the end of their lives; that the unity of the ecclesiastical body is of such importance that only for those who abide in it do the Church's sacraments contribute to salvation and do fasts, almsgiving and other works of piety and practices of the Christian militia produce eternal rewards; and that nobody can be saved, no matter how much he has given away in alms and even if he has shed his blood in the name of Christ, unless he has persevered in the bosom and the unity of the Catholic Church.”
Pope Pius IX,
From this it follows that at least ONE sacrament, properly so-called, must be actually received.
Pope Eugene IV, Council of Florence, Session 8, 1439, ex cathedra: “Holy baptism holds the first place among all the sacraments, for it is the gate of the spiritual life; through it we become members of Christ and of the body of the Church. Since death came into the world through one person, unless we are born again of water and the spirit, we cannot, as Truth says, enter the kingdom of heaven. The matter of this sacrament is true and natural water”
Pope Julius III, Council of Trent, On the Sacraments of Baptism and Penance, Session 14, Chap. 2, ex cathedra: “… since the Church exercises judgment on no one who has not previously entered it by the gate of baptism. For what have I to do with those who are without (1 Corinthians 5:12), says the Apostle. It is otherwise with those of the household of the faith, whom Christ the Lord by the laver of baptism has once made ‘members of his own body’ (1 Corinthians 12:13).”