I was raised a Roman Catholic, which is a complicated religion. Once someone is fully committed by completing First Holy Communion and Confirmation and undergone Christian baptism --God will be holding them accountable to comply with everything Rome teaches and stands for: the Commandments, the Canon Law, the dogma, the rituals, the Traditions, the Councils, the Bulls, the Encyclicals, the rites, the holy days of obligation, and the entire Catechism; plus everything that Jesus and the apostles taught in the New Testament, i.e. all four gospels and all twenty-one epistles, plus Acts and Revelation.
That's a lot to remember, let alone put into practice.
And then there's the matter of mortal sin. When Catholics leave this life with just one mortal sin on the books awaiting absolution, just one, they go straight to Hell. It's a direct flight; no stopover in a Purgatory. Even if a Catholic managed to be a top performer in faith and practice for fifty years, none of that will be taken into consideration. They will leave this life as if they'd been a pagan the whole time. Mortal sins are that lethal.
In addition; the Almighty isn't a political appointee like members of the US Supreme Court, viz: He isn't biased towards the left or to the right, i.e. the justice of God is fair across the board regardless of age, race, gender and/or religious preference, so that affiliation with The Church grants no one a certain amount of special consideration. (Rom 2:6-11, and 1Pet 1:17)
And the irony of it all; the supreme irony, is that Catholicism's hierarchy-- its priests, nuns, Popes, and Cardinals --are in just as much danger of failing to make the cut as rank and file pew warmers; in point of fact: according to Luke 12:47-48, they may be in greater danger.
* My eldest brother entered the Catholic priesthood and was a Friar when he passed away back in 2015. I often wonder about his present circumstances because there are no guarantees in that religion. My concern isn't helped by the fact that he was an alcoholic and in later years became doubtful a Hell even exists
TALLY UPDATE: 1,541 days have elapsed since beginning the thread. If the figures in post No.1 are in the ball park, then something like 93,860,769 arrivals have checked into the fiery sector of Hades since Sept 03, 2018.