The principle of catching is true enough, but hang with the Big Guy
for in HIM are the things of life and life evermore (I know you are).
PTL though, because I just caught something new in what you posted, another repeat pattern! Jesus's napkin that was over his face in the tomb, was folded when they found it. This says Elijah wrapped together his mantle.
Odd points to emphasize unless you know that it was a custom in His time, for the master of the house, if he had to get up from the table, to fold his napkin, so that the servant would know he was not finished and was coming back to the table, and so would not remove anything.
The Lord did indeed come back to the tables of our hearts, as the HG on the day of Pentecost. Elijah too was seen again on the mount of Transfiguration. Orthodox Jews to this day, set a place for Elijah at their tables at the feast of Tabernacles, unaware his Spirit has already come. I never before connected these two occurrences, or with what the Orthodox do. Thank you, Molly, that made my day! Blessings....