Communion


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Synonyms for Communion

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the exchange of ideas by writing, speech, or signals

those who accept and practice a particular religious belief

Synonyms for Communion

sharing thoughts and feelings

(Christianity) a group of Christians with a common religious faith who practice the same rites

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Welcome again, my children, to the communion of your race.
Addressing concerns raised by several provinces, including Canada, about granting more authority to primates and other Instruments of Unity in the Anglican Communion, an international group has released a second draft of the proposed Anglican Covenant that maintains the body's current structures.
But on the now-standard wedding program, I was surprised to find that the greatest amount of ink--about 500 words--was devoted to who could and couldn't receive Communion.
A top Roman Catholic official has suggested that most American bishops would not deny communion to politicians who advocate policies not supported by the church.
24 issue of NCR, there is a picture of two gay men who had been refused Communion.
The fifth edition of Laudamus, the multi-language worship book of the Lutheran World Federation, includes the Eucharist and the services of daily prayer from the LBW, thus spreading its influence to many parts of the Lutheran Communion.
Truth is discovered in communion with Christ and in communion with one another, Christ being the One in whom the fullness of God dwells.
These verses are often read during a Communion service.
It's a prepackaged, presealed, uncontaminated, single-serving communion cup.
The Windsor Report is about how we can be in communion when we disagree with each other and the St.
After being denied Communion, they consumed fragments of a host distributed by a man not wearing a sash, who had received one.
After attending my niece's First Communion last year, I tried to remember my own.
Bishops of three Roman Catholic dioceses banded together in early August to announce they would deny communion to politicians who support reproductive rights.
My confused non-Catholic friend asked me how come a priest can refuse Communion to a politician who is pro-choice, and does not refuse Communion to a person who practices birth control.