My answer* to "Does the Catholic Church quote any saying of Jesus to which His question in John 14:2 can be attributed?" was deleted with no warning.
Caleb left a comment (apparently as it was being deleted) stating,
This question asks specifically about whether the RCC identifies anything along these lines. At the very least you should add a note that they agree with your analysis. Better yet would be some RCC commentary on the issue.
Nathaniel then added
Once edited this can easily be undeleted; just flag to get our attention – thanks
There are at least two problems with this.
First, all of the quoted words of Jesus the RCC references (to the best of my knowledge) are in the Bible. Which means that my answer does address the question.
Second, if you are going to comment that you think an answer should be improved, you need to give the author time to respond before summarily deleting it. That should be considered basic courtesy - something I have come to expect over years on the SE network, and especially on Christianity.SE.
Is there a better answer to the question asked? Perhaps. And if so, I would be happy to upvote it.
Mods, acting in such a summary manner is a disservice to the community.
There is no place in the Gospels (specifically the Gospel of John - but true in the others as well) where Jesus is recorded to have said anything about preparing a place for His followers other than here.
But we do have John's statement in 21:25, "But there are also many other things that Jesus did; if every one of them were written down, I suppose that the world itself could not contain the books that would be written."
The records of the Gospels are not "complete" regarding everything Jesus said, did, or wrote. They are sufficient to convey the message of Christ's mission, convict of sin, and present Him as the solution to the world's problems.
The Gospels are a form of biography - you would not expect everything a person ever said, did, or wrote to be conveyed in biographical form: the overwhelmingly-vast majority of any individual's life is just plain uninteresting. There are no records of Jesus needing to relieve Himself - but one presumes He did. There are no records of Him learning to walk, yet obviously He did. The odds are good, too, that the Sermon on the Mount, for example, is not the full text of what Christ said that day - reading Matthew 5-7 does not take very long, even at a slow and measured pace, it's under 30 minutes.