Well, one thing anyway. They believe that to everything there IS an answer, and so the asking of the question and the investigation into it is never illegitimate, even if all we find out is that “We don’t know”. Hence there is no such thing as a silly question. What happens to unbaptised babies? NOT a silly question, according to Catholics. It is possible to use bread without gluten in the Eucharist? NOT a silly question, according to Catholics. Will resurrected human beings in heaven still be “male and female”? NOT a silly question, according to Catholics.
Well, now, here is a question I have never thought about before, and Fr Kenneth Baker, editor of the excellent Homiletic and Pastoral Review, attempts to seek out an answer, for an answer there must, logically, be: Do resurrected human persons wear clothes?. As he points out, there are only two possible answers, Yes and No. Read here and learn something about how Catholics do theology – even with “silly questions”.