I’m trying to understand what you guys soteriology. So let me see if I understand correctly:
Bob is a pagan. Father Pater the Jesuit meets Bob while doing missions in France. Pater preaches Christ, his resurrection and coming judgment. Bob, not wanting to face the wrath of God, decides to leave his paganism and join the Church. This act of Faith came by the Holy Spirit who produced the Faith in him and he cooperated with. Bob goes through a RCIA class and is Baptized on Easter Sunday where in the sacramental waters he is born again and his original sin washed away. Now he is in a state of Grace, where he will work out his salvation by cooperating with the grace of God. By faithfully partaking of the Eucharist and by Prayer Christ will work in him, producing works of love. These works of love that Christ works through him purify his soul and make him ready to enter Heaven. Bob finally dies at a good old age, and based on how purified his soul is will enter either Heaven or Purgatory. If it was completely purified he will go straight to Heaven, if not he will be purified in the fires of Purgatory temporarily. Lastly, Bob awaits in Heaven for the resurrection of his body to enter the Eternal State where God’s Kingdom will be finished and creation restored.
If Bob had died before Baptism, he would still go to Purgatory, as he did not reject Baptism, but only had not received it yet.
Had Bob while in his state of Grace, lusted, or murdered, or became greedy he would commit a mortal sin and if he died without seeing the sacrament of Penance he would go to Hell. If he committed any other minor infraction or venial sin he would still need to seek penance, but if he did not then he would stay in Purgatory a little longer.
So, is this scenario I wrote up accurate?