I have just listened to a podcast from EWTN and it was mentioned that the only time our guardian angels can be in the presence of Christ is when we go to church where Christ is always present in the Blessed Sacrament and when we receive the Eucharist. So obviously, the speaker is saying that our guardian angels never leave our side.
But with this bible verse in mind 'See that you never despise any of these little ones, for I tell you that their angels in heaven are continually in the presence of my Father in heaven." (Mt 18, 10) I always thought that at times our angels make a quick visit to heaven and see the Father. I would think that maybe this verse means that they are always at our side and therefore not physically in the presence of God but since they are angels and without sin they are nevertheless always connected to God and in contact with Him. But this can’t be right either, because angels do not have a physical body.
What do you think?