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But as a contextual analysis of the Catholic Worker's early years, Breaking Bread is unrivaled.
Most everyone has had, at one time or another, a profound experience of breaking bread together with someone," Reinhart says.
It was ``in the breaking of the bread `` they recognise Him (was it the special way he had of breaking bread or was it the red weals on the back of his hands?
The Eucharistic practice of breaking bread and sharing it is not restricted to the inauguration of the Eucharist at the Last Supper, but, as was mentioned before, is reflected in Jesus' concern with food and feeding throughout his public ministry.
It's a wonderful tradition that our leaders followed, coming together to celebrate our democracy by breaking bread and sharing a toast.
La Brea Bakery is Helping Americans Come Together and "Break Bread" this Summer with the Launch of the Cross-Country Breaking Bread Food Truck Tour
ALAN SHEARER had attracted a sell-out audience of 280, some of whom had paid as much as PS206 for the privilege of putting on a black tie and breaking bread with United's greatest living goalscorer.
It is clearly very much a breaking bread occasion," Barton added.
Breaking bread will probably never be the same again, not at the Baluchi in any case.
24 entitled Breaking Bread with +Andrew: Dinner and Conversation with the Primate.
Figgins met Pierre for lunch, at last breaking bread as big leaguers.
Breaking Bread is a monthly gathering of women from all walks of life, who get together to "laugh, celebrate fellowship and eat together".
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.
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.
Breaking bread with him in the Lancastrian Suite will be two others who also fought the legendary Muhammad Ali.