[quote="michelleds, post:7, topic:298149"]
Unfortunately, you are wrong on several counts. Repentance does not require a "reversal".
CCC 1431 Interior repentance is a radical reorientation of our whole life, a return, a conversion to God with all our heart, an end of sin, a turning away from evil, with repugnance toward the evil actions we have committed. At the same time it entails the desire and resolution to change one's life, with hope in God's mercy and trust in the help of his grace. This conversion of heart is accompanied by a salutary pain and sadness which the Fathers called animi cruciatus (affliction of spirit) and compunctio cordis (repentance of heart).
CCC 1459 Many sins wrong our neighbor. One must do what is possible in order to repair the harm (e.g., return stolen goods, restore the reputation of someone slandered, pay compensation for injuries). Simple justice requires as much. But sin also injures and weakens the sinner himself, as well as his relationships with God and neighbor. Absolution takes away sin, but it does not remedy all the disorders sin has caused.62 Raised up from sin, the sinner must still recover his full spiritual health by doing something more to make amends for the sin: he must "make satisfaction for" or "expiate" his sins. This satisfaction is also called "penance."
Even if they are saved. They will be in Heaven what they were born on Earth. If you are born a man or a woman on Earth, that is what you will be in Heaven.
And I'm not wrong in saying that most priests probably tell these people to reverse what they've done to their bodies. If I become a priest that is certainly what I will tell them to do.
Btw that first Canon seems to back what I said. I'll bold the parts I'm talking about.
A radical reorientation? They should re-orient themselves. Of their WHOLE lives. Not just the spiritual aspects of their lives, but their WHOLE lives... that includes their physical body. Their physical body should radically be reoriented.
They should be willing to change their life. They should be willing to physically undo the unnatural things they've done to their body.
Again, I already alluded to it. But there are no transgendered people in Heaven. Heaven doesn't have people who are blind, deaf, mute, or mentally impaired. Heaven doesn't have people with Leprosy or any other disease. There is no disease in Heaven. So why would there be transgendered people there?
You might well could be transgendered on Earth. But that is an abomination to God. You can't be transgendered in Heaven.