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80. The Integrity of the Risen Body

1. The human body will rise complete and perfect with allits members. In the elect, the perfected soul will animate its bodyand cause that body to be perfect.

2. Even in such things as belong to the body more asornaments than necessary members, such as hair and nails, the risenbody will be perfectly complete.

3. Man's risen body will lack nothing that belongs tothe integrity (that is, the complete and rounded perfection) ofhuman nature. The risen body will need none of the processes thatmerely preserve it, or make it grow, or propagate. But the bodywill have all that makes it enduring, mature, and perfect.

4. The risen body will have all that belongs to true humanbodily nature; it will have all this in the most perfect andsuitable mode and degree.

5. As noted heretofore, the actual material particleswhich flow through and in the human body during its term of earthlyexistence will not all be found in the risen body.

"Before a man chooses his confessor, he ought to think well about it, and pray about it also; but when he has once chosen, he ought not to change, except for most urgent reasons, but put the utmost confidence in his director."
St Philip Neri

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"The more you know and the better you understand, the more severely will you be judged, unless your life is also the more holy. Do not be proud, therefore, because of your learning or skill. Rather, fear because of the talent given you."
Thomas á Kempis

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"To think of oneself as nothing, and always to think well and highly of others is the best and most perfect wisdom. Wherefore, if you see another sin openly or commit a serious crime, do not consider yourself better, for you do not know how long you can remain in good estate. All men are frail, but you must admit that none is more frail than yourself. "
Thomas á Kempis

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