The fact that you believe stating what the Catholic Church teaches is scarier than Hell and damnation itself is very telling.
Sir, I said the idea of you being a priest and counseling people in grief with "There, there, it will all be okay, your unbaptized child is in Hell and has absolutely NO hope of salvation because God cannot work outside of the Sacraments" is what is scarier than hell and damnation itself.
Get right what I see, please.
But you don't believe what the Catholic Church teaches, you believe in "exceptions." The exception becomes the rule; everyone that is baptized are under invincible ignorance and therefore are "saved." There is no teaching in your Novus Ordo sect to back up your religion of opinions.
Sir, I believe that Baptism is necessary for salvation. What I do NOT believe is that it follows that God cannot work outside of the Sacramental system He has bound us to. God commanded Baptism for salvation, therefore we baptize. Does this mean God is bound to Baptism? NO. Does this mean God cannot work to save someone outside of Baptism? NO.
The problem I have with you, sir, is that you jump to conclusions.
If the exception becomes the rule, the rule ceases to exist and renders the Catholic Church completely unnecessary.
Who said the exception is the rule? When did I say "Don't worry about getting baptized, God will save you regardless?"
All I said is that I do not believe we should abandon all hope for those babies who die before baptism. Is God a God of technicalities? I sure hope not!
God can choose to save whomever He wants in His Providence,
Amen! Are you finally starting to understand? Not only can God choose to save whomever He wants in His providence, God can choose to save whomever He wants, HOWEVER he wants!
but He does no injustice to anyone
Who said anything about God doing injustice to people?
In the end, every soul is going to end up exactly where they are supposed to be.
When did I say otherwise?
The Catholic Church was founded as the unique means of salvation for man, outside of which there is no salvation. That is the teaching of the Church, which you deny because of "exceptions."
Who denies anything? You yourself said God can choose to save whomever He wants. God can also save whomever He wants, HOWEVER He wants. Thus, if God wants to save someone outside of the normal means which He has set up for salvation, who is to tell God He cannot do that?
You are in essence saying to God: "The Church teaches that because YOU have bound us to the Sacraments, YOU may not act outside of the Sacramental System to save people. You must act within the system you established to save people--otherwise---the Sacraments are meaningless and unnecessary."
Sir, I choose not to place limits on God's love or generosity. You apparently like placing limits on God.
If a contract has an infinite number of "exceptions" and loopholes, then the contract is worthless and unnecessary. Would you jump out of an airplane without a parachute because there are "exceptions" to the rule that you will die if you do that? I mean, I'm sure there are some people who have jumped out of an airplane without a parachute that have lived.
Your analogy presupposes that I am arguing we do not have to worry about getting baptized. I am not arguing that.
It is a De fide dogma of the Church that souls who depart this life in the state of original sin are excluded from the Beatific Vision of God.
Correct: unless God chooses to save them some way, somehow, known to Him alone, they would be excluded from the Beatific Vision of God.
Where does the Church teach that God CANNOT save them outside of the Sacramental system? Where does the Church teach that we should abandon all hope for those who died without water Baptism?
You can say that you believe the teaching of the Catholic Church, but what you believe in is "exceptions" and your unfounded opinions.
I am merely stating is that I believe God CAN make exceptions, since God is not bound to the Sacraments.
Why is this so difficult for you to grasp?
The Catholic Church teaches that no one can be saved outside of the Catholic Church and that non-Catholic sects are in no communion with the Catholic Church and are absolutely excluded from the Mystical Body of Christ, but you reject this teaching for your made-up religion of opinions.
No, the rad-trad Church that is not in union with Rome teaches this.