Have a look at Mtt 27: 57-60 :
"As evening approached, there came a rich man from Arimathea, named Joseph, who had himself become a disciple of Jesus. Going to Pilate, he asked for Jesus’ body, and Pilate ordered that it be given to him. Joseph took the body, wrapped it in a clean linen cloth, and placed it in his own new tomb that he had cut out of the rock "
Joseph of Arimathea is venerated by different denominations including the Catholic Church. The very fact that Jesus accepted him as a disciples, and chose to be buried in his family grave, hints at Joseph's entry into the kingdom of heaven in spite of being a rich man.
See also Matthew 5:3
“Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven."
Of course, a rich man can be poor in spirit, can't he? After all, what Jesus said was that it would be 'difficult' and not 'impossible' for a rich person to enter the Kingdom of Heaven.
As regards the allegory of Camel and Eye of a Needle, there are different schools of thought on its interpretation. Some say that the original Aramaic word 'gamla' that Jesus used, could be translated both as 'camel' and as 'rope'. Some others say that Eye of the Needle was the name of a gate in Israel which made it hard for camels bearing load, to pass through.
So, it is doubtful if any denomination seriously thinks that the rich cannot enter heaven.