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Jan 20 '17 at 15:16 comment added KorvinStarmast @KenGraham Thank you, I withdraw my VtC (which was the second one). Do you mean "reunited with their glorified bodies on the last day?" (I think you've got the core of an answer there ....)
Jan 20 '17 at 14:39 comment added Ken Graham This is not a Truth question. The Saints and Martyrs are indeed in heaven, according to the Catholic Church, at least in spirit (soul). They still have to wait for the general resurrection to be reunited with their bodies on the last day.
Jan 20 '17 at 14:05 comment added KorvinStarmast Welcome to Christianity.SE. Do you wish for an answer based on Catholic theology/teaching/belief? Please specify in the text of the question. (Christian denominations have differing teachings on afterlife/judgment). I see you've taken the tour. Please take a look at how this site is different from other sites and what makes a good question. Why the votes to close? Question as written looks like a "truth" question.
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Jan 20 '17 at 13:46 comment added Grasper It isn't natural for the human soul to be without a body. We were made to have a body. This is the reason why the resurrection is so essential. And also the Eucharist. Because of sin, our bodies can sustain life only by eating living bodies of other organisms. If we want to gain our glorified body we need to eat the body of Christ which is eternal. If the non-catholics make it to purgatory it will take very long for them to reach heavens because they didn't eat the body of Christ.
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Jan 20 '17 at 12:53 history asked C. Mandengu CC BY-SA 3.0