Day of Judgment / Tag des Gerichts / Dia do Juízo / Día del Juicio

The Lacrimosa is part of the poem Dies Irae which describes the Last Judgment, the last trumpet summoning souls before the throne of God, where the saved will be delivered and the unsaved cast into eternal flames. The hymn is best known from its use as a sequence in the Roman Catholic Requiem Mass for the Dead or Funeral Mass.

Belief in the Last Judgment is held firmly in Catholicism. Immediately upon death each soul undergoes the particular judgment, and depending upon the state of the person’s soul, goes to Heaven, Purgatory, or Hell. A soul in Purgatory will always reach Heaven, but those in Hell will be there eternally.

Hossana Meus
Fortuna Deus
Aeterna Teus
Mystrie, Morte, Sancte, Pior!

Fortuna, Hossana meus
Legionus ab comae
Fortuna, fortuna equis
Ad pugnatoris, in veritae

Hossana meus, fortuna deus
Protego causa in sanctus
Aeternus praetor, firmitas semper
Coryphaeus, rex Regis univers

Prosay solis hossana
Protego sanctus causa
Padre illuminata
Gloria in ressurrectum

Prosay solis hossana
Protego sanctus causa
Padre illuminata
Gloria in unum Diem

Terra tenebrae, telluris malus
Quiseri pere curiatus
Genitor edo, in ex domino
Patris illuminata, rex Regis univers

Prosay solis hossana
Protego sanctus causa
Padre illuminata
Gloria in ressurrectum

Prosay solis hossana
Protego sanctus causa
Padre illuminata
Gloria in unum Diem

Lacrimosa, lacrimosa, in ex dominum!

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