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  • In the following years a large number of people joined their communion.
  • The communion is an open service that is available to members and Christian non-members.
  • The child would receive first communion shortly afterwards and then again after the age of five about once per year.
  • However, if those individuals were to present themselves for communion, they would not be denied.
  • He remained in Paris until his death, shortly after he had been received into the Roman communion.
  • Communion in the hand is now widespread in many parts of the world.
  • Here one or two people could pray without being part of a communion/congregation.
  • He stayed in the hospital for over a month and refused communion.
  • All these typically practice some form of closed communion.
  • They received the host in communion only at the end of a stick.
  • They offer communion to those who are already united in that denomination or sometimes individual church.
  • The format of the iron itself was almost always round and considerably larger than those used for communion.
  • The meal was shared among the whole community as an act of religious communion.
  • After communion, the pope suffered a massive heart attack, after which he continued to live for three hours.
  • These six churches, while being in communion with each other are completely independent hierarchically.
  • Their use of the word church would confine it to those of their own communions. Cited from The Church and Modern Life, by Washington Gladden
  • To his astonishment, people would receive communion and the priest would give the same child to each person.
  • It may reinforce the faith of those who remain in their old communions. Cited from Modern Religious Cults and Movements, by Gaius Glenn Atkins
  • Communion would be distributed each day after morning prayer, though no consecration would be performed.
  • Formal relations between the two churches were halted, although they remained in communion with each other.
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Words starting with communion

Meaning of communion

  • noun The act of participating in the celebration of the eucharist
    the governor took Communion with the rest of the congregation
  • noun Sharing thoughts and feelings
  • noun (christianity) a group of christians with a common religious faith who practice the same rites