Viatical is from the Latin viaticum
, which refers both to Christian communion given to the dying and to provisions given before a journey.
org), in addition to the Anointing of the Sick, Confession, and Viaticum
, it suggests the following as the final hour approaches: "The cardinal disposition of the soul should turn to the frequent eliciting of the acts of faith, hope, and love and contrition.
Manuscript d24 Nicholas of Dinkelsbuhl, various Clm17458 works; Thomas Ebendorf de Haselbach, De conjessione; Peter Cantor, Viaticum
tendentis Jerusalem; Alanus, Sermons; Collections Heidelpergenses; Sermo desancto spiritu; Sermo de purification sanctae Mariae.
Louis Vuitton Malletiere SA (C-236/08), Viaticum
SA, Lucetiel S.
In the case of anointing a person near death, it is often accompanied by the sacraments of reconciliation (if possible) and viaticum
(holy communion for the dying).
Los antiguos latinos usaban dos palabras para senalar los desplazamientos; por un lado, viaticum
que se descompone de via (camino) y cum --ayuda externa para realizar la empresa.
Item in (LXXVI) alio coffano erat una planeta de serico albo, alia planeta de serico rubeo, unus pan nus de serico dilaniatus pro altari, unum frigium cum panno vetusto, tres stole, tria manipula, duo singula (cingula), duo corporalia cum vestibus, octo tobalie modice pro altari, due cote, una camisia, unum altare viaticum
, una brustia de ebore cum reliquiis.
Primarily Galenic, learned medicine was transmitted to the West through treatises such as the Viaticum
of Ibn-Jazzar and the De Melancholia of Ishaq ibn-Imran, both of which were translated into Latin by Constantine the African in the eleventh century, as well as through the Qanun of Ibn-Sina and the series of works known as the Galenic Corpus, translated in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries.
Taking the reformed rites of anointing, viaticum
, and burial as his subject matter, and integrating insights from the Gospels and contemporary studies on death and illness, M.
Obviously, God's identification with Eros prompted the medieval poets, mystics and singers of minne-piety to take an amorous view of the human longing for God which was further assimilated into the idea of worshipping 'woman' as Divine--an idea that gave birth to the cult of veneration of the beloved (domna) as the viaticum
of spiritual union between the lover and God (Amor).
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.