Yet the core of this second half of the decree is chapter VI, reaffirming the "ancient" custom of reserving the Eucharist in a "sacred place," noting that even the Council of Nicaea affirmed this practice in its affirmation of Viaticum
For this reason the discomfort of existence and the wound that cannot be healed are the viaticum
for the return to the harmony of the song of the anima mundi.
Lovesickness in the Middle Ages: The Viaticum
and Its Commentaries.
A Vatican spokesman said he was given the Viaticum
- the Holy Communion given to Roman Catholics in danger of death - followed by the last sacrament of Extreme Unction.
Yet Brogan also argues that Tocqueville's eventual reconciliation with the Church in his final days at Cannes, where he gave confession and received the Viaticum
from a local priest, was entirely predictable, in light of his growing social conservatism (Hume would have been disappointed).
A spouse's viaticum
would presumably be an occasion of both ecclesial and familial significance.
The reader is introduced to many obscure German monks, among whom Johannes Schlitpacher of Melk, who in his Manuale viaticum
formulates rudimentary canons of textual criticism for the text of the Rule of St.
Esbjorn Svensson Trio: Viaticum
(215 Records 215-2022) Viaticum
sounds like what Keith Jarrett's "Standards Trio" might sound like if suddenly they became huge Radiohead fans.
They played some tunes from the most recent albums, Tuesday Wonderland and Viaticum
, but also delved as far back as 1999 for the still magical From Gagarin's Point Of View.
section][section]) The Pastoral Care of the Sick, Rites of Anointing and Viaticum
While the dying youth hears the beckoning call of the Bridegroom, the speaker declares, "Henceforth no more beneath the veils, Viaticum
no more, / But Rest and Consummation upon the other Shore" (11.
23) In a clear departure from Jewish ceremony, with its emphasis on sanitary practices, this rite was taken up by the early Christian church, which also administered the viaticum
(the Eucharist) into the mouth of the dying or deceased, a moment after imparting the final kiss.