While he teaches (the Church teaches…) that it is possible even for those who through no fault of their own do not come to know Jesus or his Church…to be saved by grace…by Jesus…in ways known only to God…such is not universalism…and in fact he and the Church rejects such.
“What I have said above, however, does not justify the relativistic position of those who maintain that a way of salvation can be found in any religion, even independently of faith in Christ the Redeemer, and that interreligious dialogue must be based on this ambiguous idea. That solution to the problem of the salvation of those who do not profess the Christian creed is not in conformity with the Gospel. Rather, we must maintain that the way of salvation always passes through Christ, and therefore the Church and her missionaries have the task of making him known and loved in every time, place and culture. Apart from Christ “there is no salvation.” As Peter proclaimed before the Sanhedrin at the very start of the apostolic preaching: “There is no other name in the whole world given to men by which we are to be saved” (Acts 4:12).”
–Pope John Paul II (Bl!) Gen Audience May 31 1995
(and gee the other things mentioned already…as well as the CCC…)