Have any of you heard "catholics" even alleged "traditional" Catholics (which is redundant, if you understand what 'Catholic' means) that no matter where one is "spiritually", we're all heading in the same direction?
I realize this goes against Catholic dogma, and anyone who knows this and still defends this heretical notion, is in formal heresy, which is separation from the Body of Christ. Most likely, perhaps, such persons are just confused by what they've heard and not heard, but what of the sin of sloth that keeps them from having a right-formed conscience and understanding of the Church's teachings.
This might sound mean to those who don't like what the Church teaches, and think it's nicer to make a god in their own poorly formed conscience, but true charity tells us that we ought to instruct the ignorant as an act of charity.
We are not equal in our spiritual lives, certainly, some of us do not even have a spiritual life, as it is defined by the Church doctors. We are not all headed to heaven, nor are we all headed to hell. And of those who are headed to heaven, not all are on as sure footing as another may be.
I think it is an evil thing for people to use the holy Catholic faith as a way to fraudulently represent who they are for the attention it brings them and the association, and use it as a cover to commit (mortal) sin.
No, we are not all headed in the same direction regardless of where we are with God.