Colbe posted that there will be Holy Mass in heaven and that everyone will be Roman Catholic.
That is theologically incorrect and is NOT in accord with Catholic teaching.
The Mass will only take place until Jesus returns. After that, there is no need.
The Mass is based on faith. There is no 'faith' in heaven.
No 'Catholic' faith either. Faith is gone.
The Beatific Vision does away with the need for 'faith'.
Faith is the anticipation of what will come. The Beatific Vision is there. No more anticipation.
Therefore, there will be no Catholics (or Baptists or Lutherans or ____ ) in heaven.
There will only be people with fulfilled faith in God.
Catholic Catechism on the Holy Mass
1340 By celebrating the Last Supper with his apostles in the course of the Passover meal, Jesus gave the Jewish Passover its definitive meaning.
Jesus' passing over to his father by his death and Resurrection, the new Passover, is anticipated in the Supper and celebrated in the Eucharist,
which fulfills the Jewish Passover and anticipates the final Passover of the Church in the glory of the kingdom.
"Do this in memory of me"
1341 The command of Jesus to repeat his actions and words "until he comes" does not only ask us to remember Jesus and what he did. It is directed at
the liturgical celebration, by the apostles and their successors, of the memorial of Christ, of his life, of his death, of his Resurrection, and of
his intercession in the presence of the Father.167 ...
1343 It was above all on "the first day of the week," Sunday, the day of Jesus' resurrection, that the Christians met "to break bread."169 From
that time on down to our own day the celebration of the Eucharist has been continued so that today we encounter it everywhere in the Church with the
same fundamental structure. It remains the center of the Church's life.
1344 Thus from celebration to celebration, as they proclaim the Paschal mystery of Jesus "until he comes," the pilgrim People of God advances,
"following the narrow way of the cross,"170 toward the heavenly banquet, when all the elect will be seated at the table of the kingdom.
Heaven is the fulfillment of the Mass.
- Read St. Thomas Aquinas.
The Eucharist is the sacrifice of the Church.
There is no need for sacrifice once the sheep and the goats have been separated.
The Eucharist is a sacrament.
There are no sacraments in heaven. Sacraments are for a temporal framework.
The Eucharist is a veil for us to receive Christ.
In heaven, we will be in constant communion with the Savior, and through him, the Trinity, without any veil.
The Eucharist is a sacrifice in a temporal framework.
There are no sacrifices in heaven. Heaven is the consummation of all sacrifices, hope and faith.
Sacrifice belongs to the period of faith and hope - earth.
In heaven .. no faith. No hope. The reality of the Beatific Vision takes those away.
And some deeper theology -
The sacrifice of The Lamb in the liturgy will be made obsolete by the heavenly nuptials of the Lamb.
This is what the Catholic Church teaches about it's own Holy Mass. And according to the Catholic faith, ALL GOOD CATHOLICS MUST BELIEVE THIS AS
WELL. Scripture reference - Jesus speaking to Peter whom He just made head of His church on Earth - "I will give you the keys of the kingdom of
heaven; whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven." .... So the Church has
officially and repeatedly pronounced that there is NO MASS and NO FAITH in Heaven. There is no need.