You might need to look at this:
‘Here each person will have to account for his conduct and the deepest secrets of his soul will come to light. How well each person has responded to the prompting of God’s grace will be made clear. Our attitude and actions toward our neighbor will reflect how well we have loved our Lord. “As often as you did it for one of My least brothers, you did it for Me” (Mt 25:41).’
***‘Our Lord will judge us accordingly. For those who have died and already have faced the particular judgment, their judgment will stand.’ ***
**'Those living at the time of the Second Coming will receive judgment. Those who have rejected the Lord in this life, who have sinned mortally, who have no remorse for sin and do not seek forgiveness, will have condemned themselves to hell for all eternity. "By rejecting grace in this life, one already judges oneself, receives according to one’s works and can even condemn oneself for all eternity by rejecting the Spirit of love (Catechism, No. 678). The souls of the righteous will enter heavenly glory and enjoy the beatific vision and those who need purification will undergo it.’
(in bold) - those who have faced the particular judgment do not face another judgment because that would be two judgments! There are already people in Heaven, and, as far as the great saints - never to be ignored - have shared with us, also people in Hell.
The passage from the Catechism refers to those who are living, in terms of a new judgment. The souls of those who have died are given new bodies with their judgments that have already been given, still in standing. As all praise together, or not, as the case may be.
Purgatory is what we endure to get rid of the selfishness left in us after death. Now whether a soul before the Last Judgment who has gone through Purgative fire is laid bare before all of Heaven, I do wonder. Once one’s sins are wiped away in Confession, they are wiped, through the prism of Christ’s wounds (I think a Dominican said this, or something close, to that affect).The justified soul then shines radiantly in Heaven, gloriously triumphant, basking in the light of Christ. So, maybe it is that the judgment which they have passed, that stands, is still laid bare before others, but as previous posters have declared, are still made known, yet in great joy, not shame, that they endured for the sake of Him, such hardships against the spirit, from the passions of the flesh and from the accusations and temptations of the Devil.
When you would see someone’s soul, you would (possibly) see all of them, in knowledge - either in the light of love or in the darkness of the rejection of love.