The Four Last Things in Roman Catholicism are death, judgment, Heaven and Hell. This denies there is a reincarnation, or continuing cycle of births and rebirths, as believed in Hinduism. Rather, in Christianity first comes death, and then the judgment.
The Latin term for this is novissima, meaning "the newest things."
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