We certainly know Oscar Wilde was reconciled to the Catholic Church just before his death. Many people, including his closest friends, were gathered around his bedside as the priest heard his confession and administered the other sacraments at his request. (Technically, Wilde was not a convert, as he was baptized into the Church as an infant.)
As for the late Mr. Jobs, how could any of us know what he saw and heard in those last few seconds of life? I personally hold that the Holy Spirit reveals the truth about our merciful Lord to each man at the last moment of his life, giving each of us one last chance to see the truth and accept it. (Please note that this is my own personal belief, not a teaching of the Church, and it may be wrong.) For all we know, Mr. Jobs looked upon the face of the Lord and said “I believe”. I hope he did.
In any case, it is not for you or I to declare who is in Heaven and who isn’t. Instead of spending time thinking about whether this person or that is walking the streets of gold, I prefer to do my best to be worthy of Heaven when I die.
I disagree with you. I think it is our responsibility as believers to tell the world that without Jesus Christ, a person has nothing. No matter if he became a Billionaire and created many inventions.
I do not determine who gets into Heaven, that doesn’t mean I don’t have any place to mention that without the Lord, all is truly lost. Of course I could be wrong and that person could have had a deathbed conversion,but that still doesn’t mean that its somehow wrong for me to express my feelings on the matter just because someone may view that as politically incorrect.