A human body, by its very nature, is localized. Likewise with Christ’s human body, now localized in heaven. Christ’s human nature is united with His divine nature, and it is fair to say that where God the Son is, Jesus is, and where one acts, the other acts as well. The Son is simple, like the Father: one in being, action, will, thought and quality. The Son is ubiquitious. Yet the human body, united with Him, is complex and local.
This thread will quickly get past my ability to deal with the subject matter.
The problem is that Jesus said, “this is My body.” The problem is that He is now in heaven. As a body is localized, it cannot be in two places at once, let alone ten thousand or more. A body is localized in one place, and one place alone. And yes, I have heard of bilocation. Perhaps an explanation for that can be thrown in here as well.
So please explain how, in Catholic theology, His body is simultaneously in heaven and in ten thousand (or more) places. Please cite sources. Thank you.