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According to the Catholicism, what conditions need to be satisfied for a living thing to be judgeable? [closed]

This question doesn't deal with salvation but with whether things can be judged. It is clear that stones or air won´t take part of the Final Judgment while human will be a part of it. But will every ...
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Why can the Catholic Church declare a person a saint but not state that they are damned?

The Catholic Church has a process to canonize someone, to declare that they are a saint, that they are truly in heaven and worthy of public veneration and imitation. ("Mary and the Saints", ...
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According to Catholic doctrine, what effect does the Last Judgment have on those who are already in heaven?

Catholics believe we are judged immediately after we die (Particular Judgement). Some of us will go to heaven. Then there is still the Last Judgement (or Final Judgement). What effect does the Last ...