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Catholic Q&A on Levels of Honor in Heaven and the Communion of Saints

Gustave Dore's depiction of the highest realm of Heaven,from Dante's The Divine Comedy. Does our life on earth impact our experience of heaven? I've often read it described as completely full buckets; for some their love and yearnings create a small bucket, which will be filled; for others their deep faith and yearning will create a huge bucket, which also will be filled.
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