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This is a good question. What does happen to the people who are born into the Millennial Reign and then die? During this time there are those who are involved in the 1st resurrection present on the earth. The 1st resurrection has subsections of groups who are resurrected after Christ. First is the Bride of Christ. Secondly are the Old Testament saints. ...


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I would like to add to KorvinStarmast's excellent answer that all of the sacraments have three essential components common to all seven of them: A sign: some kind of physical sign that is performed. (This sign can then be resolved in most of the sacraments into the “matter”—generally either whatever is transformed by the sacrament, or the physical gesture ...


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My answer is similar to KorvinStarmast's, but I use a more authoritative source: One is judged immediately after death, as Benedict XII defined in his constitution Benedictus Deus: By this Constitution which is to remain in force for ever, we, with apostolic authority, define the following: According to the general disposition of God, the souls of all ...


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From the PoV of the Roman Catholic church, baptism is a sacrament for the living. (For that matter, so are all 7 Sacraments). Once the body dies one is subject to judgment, which in the case of individuals is particular judgment. Put simply, we have our whole life to come to Jesus, to open ourselves to salvation, and to accept God's sanctifying Grace. To ...



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