The church infallibly defined the dogma of original sin. Pre-requisite of the dogma is the teaching that human race originated from one couple. And this couple as our first parents were in the state of original innocence, were happy friends of God, without sorrow or suffering of any kind in the beginning.
The first couple was put to test by God but failed thru their disobedience. As a consequence of the fall, the couple lost innocence and holiness, and were doomed to sickness and death. They lost God’s grace and friendship.
As a result of the first evil, first man Adam made his body rebel against his soul. Then our nature was corrupted by the sin of our first parents, which darkened our understanding, weakened our will, and left us a strong inclination to evil.
If evolution is true, had God willed only one pair of man and woman to evolve from a certain hominid, then created an immortal soul for each from the moment they were conceived by their hominid parents? Was this pair then isolated by God for a test when they reached the age of reason? Is this how catholic evolutionists will reconcile evolution with the dogma?