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We held our Breaking Bread potluck last week and had 18 guests attend.
Breaking Bread is a monthly gathering of women from all walks of life, who get together to "laugh, celebrate fellowship and eat together".
Most everyone has had, at one time or another, a profound experience of breaking bread together with someone," Reinhart says.
Speaking of the disciples at Emmaus, he writes: "The light of day - the limpid, physical presence of the Son of God in their midst, talking with them, breaking bread will be transmuted into the fire in their hearts, the invisible presence of the Spirit to which they must respond from now on, even if their journey lies in darkness.
It is clearly very much a breaking bread occasion," Barton added.
It was a pleasant evening, breaking bread with Olympic medallists Brendan Foster and Mike McLeod at a civic dinner to mark the 25th anniversary of the Great North Run.
Called Breaking Bread With +Andrew: Dinner and Conversation With The Primate, the October event has a maximum of 50 tables for sale at $2,500 each and as of the beginning of September, 33 had been sold for a gross amount of $82,500 before expenses.
But the sight of a British Prime Minister breaking bread with a dictator in his desert tent was difficult to watch.
Old Town theatre company Sez-U presents the tragic comedy Breaking Bread.
Over and over again in the gospels Jesus breaks institutional rules about fasting, honoring the Sabbath, or breaking bread with sinners and outcasts in order to offer pity and compassion to the unclean, unholy, and unworthy.
The other guys stormed out of a Fiesta Bowl function in fatigues and commando sunglasses, chafing at the notion of breaking bread with the chumps sharing the field with them on game day.
Breaking Bread is being sung by the Stanley Methodist Circuit Choir at 7.
Roccasalvo, a denizen of New York's Greenwich Village, is often spied there penning his prose in coffee houses or breaking bread with friends in an array of savory Village eateries.
Short of breaking bread with ex-player Neil Reed, there would have been no better way for Knight to demonstrate he is a new man, a changed man, than to have cut short his morning turkey shoot to address the gathered media, too many of whom he has treated like that stuff on the toilet paper he allegedly waved in his players' faces during one of his inspired pep talks.