I have already, multiple times, adressed this. I thought it was pretty clear. I really don’t know how much more clear I can make it:
Yes, it is an official teaching that those with original sin or actual mortal sin on their souls would go to Hell. However, this doesn’t mean there isn’t hope for the souls that have not been sacramentally baptized, as God can work outside of the Sacraments so as to clean the soul of an unbaptized infant of original sin prior to or at the moment of death.
In this manner, the “unbaptized” infant would not have original sin on his or her soul, and therefore would not be kept from the Beatific Vision.
Perhaps, but I am defending Catholicism here, not just my “version” of it. Also, a very important word is “naturally”. But we believe in a Supernatural God!
I am not quite sure what you mean by this, but if it is that original sin is not sin/spiritual death but a physical death only, then that seems to be a huge problem in terms of the Bible and Church teachings.
“Sin came into the world through one man and death through sin, and so [death] spread to all as all men sinned in him”
But a lot of the disagreement, to me, seems like semantics between East and West, but that’s a different topic.
And with you.