Public revelation is what we have in Scripture and Tradition. Even though there is no new public revelation, the Church can progress in deepened understanding of said revelation. This revelation is for all people throughout the ages.<quoted text>
WOW - first you state this....
"I said *public* revelation (revelation meant for the public at large, meaning revelation for everyone universally) stopped when last Apostle died."
...and then in the same breath....
Private revelation by the HS happens all the time, and yes, people do have the ability to express God in written form, and yes, even if they are not an Apostle."
Covering all the basics for yourself, huh?
Like I said, you are not a Catholic if you have chosen to believe these things you stated.
Welcome to my world.
Private revelation is given to individuals and may or may not be relevant to other people. The most the Church can say about someone's private revelation is whether or not it contradicts public revelation.