A lot of people think UR was condemned at the second council of Constantinople, but what the assembled Bishops condemned were certain views being taught by those who considered themselves disciples of Origen.
They condemned those views in these words:
The “monstrous restoration” condemned is a return to a totally incorporeal pre-existence, in which matter is done away, and bodies are “annihilated.”
UR isn’t condemned, and I’m wondering if the idea that resurrection bodies are primarily spherical is really condemned?
The idea that we’d only be spheres (in a universe with no matter, incapable of physically manefesting a continuity with our earthly appearance, and incapable of recognizing one another) is clearly condemned, but is the idea of a spherical body itself condemned?
(The repeated use of the conjunctive “and” instead of “or” might be relevant here.)