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18 May 2021

“In Paradisum”. “May The Angels Lead You Into Paradise”. The Antiphon From A Requiem Mass.



Saint Benedict Ornate Wall Crucifix.
Image: AMAZON

In paradisum deducant te angeli: in tuo adventu suscipiant te martyres, et perducant te in civitatem sanctam Ierusalem.

Chorus angelorum te suscipiat, et cum Lazaro, 
quondam paupere, aeternam habeas requiem. 

May The Angels lead you into Paradise:
May The Martyrs receive you at your coming,
And lead you into The Holy City, Jerusalem.

May The Choir of Angels receive you,
and, with Lazarus, who once was poor,
May you have Everlasting Rest.


“In Paradisum”. 
By: Gabriel Fauré.
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Traditional Latin Requiem Mass.
Illustration: LMS CHAIRMAN

The following Text is from Wikipedia - the free encyclopædia.

“In Paradisum“ (English: “Into Paradise”) is an Antiphon from The Traditional Latin Liturgy of The Western Church’s Requiem Mass.

It is sung by The Choir as the body is being taken out of the Church. The Text of “In Paradisum”, with or without The Gregorian Melody, is sometimes included in musical settings of The Requiem Mass, such as those by Gabriel Fauré and Maurice Duruflé.


English: The Antiphon “In Paradisum”.
Deutsch: Antiphon zur Begräbnisfeier In paradisum deducant
te angeli - Zum Paradies mögen Engel dich geleiten.
Date: Mediæval.
Sources:
Author: Unknown.
(Wikimedia Commons)

A Wonderful Consolation
At The Death Of A Loved One.

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