Which human persons possess the infused theological virtue of faith?
1. Persons who have just been baptized with water in the formal Sacrament of baptism.
2. Baptized persons who have not committed any actual mortal sin.
3. Baptized persons who have committed any actual mortal sin, but have repented and returned to the state of grace by at least imperfect contrition and the Sacrament of Confession, or by perfect contrition (with the obligation of subsequent confession, if possible).
4. Baptized persons who have lost the state of grace by an actual mortal sin, but not by a sin that gravely offends against the virtue of faith itself. Such persons (the former) lose love and hope, but retain faith.
5. Baptized Christians who are non-Catholic, even if they have beliefs that differ substantially from the Catholic faith, in cases 1 through 4 above.
6. Persons who have received a baptism of desire, even if implicit.
7. Non-Christian believers who have received an implicit baptism of desire by the selfless love of God, done in full cooperation with grace.
8. Non-believers who have received an implicit baptism of desire by the selfless love of neighbor, which always includes, at least implicitly, the love of God, done in full cooperation with grace.
9. Prenatals, infants, and young children who die at that young age, without a baptism of water or desire, receive supernatural faith, love, and hope by a baptism of blood.
10. The Blessed Virgin Mary from her Immaculate Conception, and the human nature of Jesus Christ, from His Incarnation/conception.
Which human persons do not have the theological virtue of faith?
A. Human persons who have never received any form of baptism.
B. Human persons who received some form of baptism, and who then committed an actual mortal sin against faith, so as to lose love, faith, and hope.