Read that article.
You claim that after the resurrection, he was “again fully Divine,” which shows that you are not understanding the Catholic doctrine, as though on earth he were not fully Divine, or as though his humanity detracted from his Divinity!
At no point was Jesus not fully Divine. He’s not half Divine and half human. He’s not fully human and not Divine. He’s fully human and fully Divine at the same time.
You claim that after Jesus resurrected, he was no longer fully human and did not retain his body.
36 While they were speaking of this, he himself stood in the midst of them, and said, Peace be upon you; it is myself, do not be afraid. 37 They cowered down, full of terror, thinking that they were seeing an apparition. 38 What, he said to them, are you dismayed? Whence come these surmises in your hearts? 39 Look at my hands and my feet, to be assured that it is myself; touch me, and look; a spirit has not flesh and bones, as you see that I have. 40 And as he spoke thus, he shewed them his hands and his feet. 41 Then, while they were still doubtful, and bewildered with joy, he asked them, Have you anything here to eat? 42 So they put before him a piece of roast fish, and a honeycomb; 43 and he took these and ate in their presence and shared his meal with them.
How do you answer this passage, then? Jesus is both fully human and fully divine, not two separate beings joined together, but one being of two natures joined together in perfect unity.