I would like to address three major points here from the OPQ
- [QUOTE]ALL will be saved[/QUOTE]
2.[QUOTE]These people have been a cause of concern since it may have seemed they were rejected by the Church[/QUOTE]
3.[QUOTE]Amoris Laetitia also seems to show that the Pope believes that all will be saved[/QUOTE]
 The philosophy that “All will be saved” is wrong. It is illogical and immoral as well as unbiblical.
It denies the very nature of Sin as being man’s freewill choice; and God essential Justice, which MAY be tempered with Divine Mercy, but cannot remove in total GODS absolute need for Divine Justice. The “Temporal Punishment” that ALL sins cause God to impose is evidence that that.
The bible’s NT teaches often about Hell and it’s Eternal punishment.
The FACT that God DESIRES that all men be saved reflects ONLY God’s Perfect love of His created humanity.1 Tim:3-4; NOT that He will or in Divine Justice even CAN somehow overlook ALL of humanities SINS. Even in the OT times God requires that His Chosen Peoples sins be confesses to a priest… Exo 22:1, Lev 5: 16-18; which is now perfected in the Catholic Priesthood as the NORM for sin forgiveness. 1 Jn 1: 6-7, 1 Jn 5: 16-17 & John 20: 19-23
 To claim that married and then civilly divorced, gay’s and active homosexual are “rejected” by the RCC is to be unaware of the TRUTH.
ALL ARE WELCOME in the RCC; but actions do, as they MUST, have consequences. TRUTH as Pope Benedict XVI points out: “THERE CAN’T BE YOUR TRUTH & MY TRUTH OR THERE WOULD BE NO TRUTH”, clearly articulates ALL that is possible for any issue or ideology, or faith to actually BE, GOD"S Truths.
Fr. John Hardon [a former pt mentor of mine] taught this about truth: “TRUTH IS THE CONDITION OF GRACE, IT IS THE CHANNEL OF GRACE, IT IS THE DIVINELY ORDAINED REQUIREMENT OF GRACE”
It is because grace is offered but not accepted that some find themselves willfully outside FULL-Communion [meaning unable to participate licitly in ALL of Her Sacraments.] These are PERSONAL life-style choices; that CANNOT logically, or morally be blamed on “The Church.”
 “Amoris Laetitia also seems to show that the Pope believes that all will be saved”
Having read the document about a year ago; and having followed very closely the ensuing debates; there does seem to be a papal propensity to somehow expand the Natural Moral Laws, and the Sacred Tradition of the Magesterium, which he CANNOT do, to accommodate these sinful souls.But even if he were able to do so; IT WOULD NOT MEAL ALL SOULS WOULD SOMEHOW MAGICALLY BE SAVED.
God Bless you,
. as manyas is licitly possible in all of the Sacramene