With respect to the other posters, tell me this.
Is Mary in Heaven?
If so, is she perfectly united to Jesus, as Scripture informs us that all in Heaven will be?
Now, if Mary is perfectly united to Jesus, tell me how she does NOT ‘see’ what He sees, or ‘hear’ what He hears.
I mean, are y’all picturing heaven like this vast Graceland kind of place, where some people like St Peter are at the gates, and thus don’t see anything ‘beyond’ that, and just about everybody has a personal ‘cloud’ and can ‘see’ just that and nothing more, and Jesus is kind of wandering around everywhere but nobody actually really sees or hears Him?
Or are you picturing Heaven as the Beatific Vision and that somehow everybody is all focused on Jesus and yet they DON’T ‘see’ anything else? Not each other? Even when they’re all united (as Scripture says we will be?)
I cannot see how anyone in Heaven could NOT (being united to Jesus) see and hear everything He does.
Here’s the thing. That does not make them omnipresent. No, it really doesn’t.
It makes HIM omnipresent, and they, in perfect union with Him, ‘see’ and ‘hear’ what He does BECAUSE He is omnipresent. If He were not omnipresent, etc., then they could not ‘visualize’ that omnipresence. It is all JESUS, the saints do nothing on their own to be godlike, but they experience what Jesus experiences.