Can catholics answer these questions?

Luke 13:25-27 and other Bible verses (With the breath of his lips he shall SMITE them, They shall be tormented in the PRESENCE OF THE LAMB" etc). make it sound like Hell is not a "definitive self-exclusion" from being in the presence God but as something forcibly imposed from the outside by Jesus.... show more Luke 13:25-27 and other Bible verses (With the breath of his lips he shall SMITE them, They shall be tormented in the PRESENCE OF THE LAMB" etc). make it sound like Hell is not a "definitive self-exclusion" from being in the presence God but as something forcibly imposed from the outside by Jesus. How come the catechism seems to explicitly contradict this? I've pondered this a million times and cannot come up with any answer.

Isn't saying "God always existed" just another type of infinite regress? Like instead of having an infinite stack of bricks, you have a finite stack of bricks on top of an infinitely tall brick?

Aren't catholic commentaries about the word "until" when defending the idea of the perpetual virginity of Mary just silly? I fail to come up with any rational defense of such commentary about the word "until".
If souls exist, why can't we move/be moved by things a distance away? That means being limited by location, so how can souls exist?