Quo Primum
Well I think I found an error in the original book.

On page 50 it says:
3. Presence of Vision. God is present in every place, as we shall see immediately, but He does let Himself be seen in all of them. The beatific vision in heaven can be considered a special presence of God, distinct from the others. In heaven God is letting Himself be seen.

Doesn't it make more sense if it says "but He …More
Well I think I found an error in the original book.

On page 50 it says:
3. Presence of Vision. God is present in every place, as we shall see immediately, but He does let Himself be seen in all of them. The beatific vision in heaven can be considered a special presence of God, distinct from the others. In heaven God is letting Himself be seen.

Doesn't it make more sense if it says "but He does not let Himself be seen in all of them"? When the last sentence says "In heaven God is letting Himself be seen." it seems to me like it is being stated as if were an exception to the phrase I highlighted.