love feast


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Synonyms for love feast

a social gathering intended to create goodwill among the participants

a religious meal shared as a sign of love and fellowship

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In its original context, the Love Feast drew from the banqueting practices of the Greco-Roman world.
While it retained several key banqueting practices of the surrounding culture, the Love Feast also transformed them in telling ways.
And it certainly proved restaurant boss Charan Gill was right to claim his special St Valentine's Love Feast really is an aphrodisiac.
Charan Gill asked him to prepare a St Valentine's Love Feast.
In addition to a ceremony at the Civil Rights Institute, the city is presenting a proclamation in honor of King, youth are participate in special activities, gospel and folk entertainers are teaming up for a festival and homeless and senior citizens are attending a love feast in their honor.
Our drawing was inspired by my latest chocolate creation for this Valentine's Day, the Love Feast.
The Love Feast features six pairs of handcrafted gourmet bonbons and truffles.
I mean, a plate of oysters, a dish of figs, a chopped onion, a clove of garlic and a bar of Bourneville is hardly my idea of a love feast although lovers of the past have sworn by them.
They're all winners of our St Valentines Love Feast Contest.
We asked you to tell us why YOU deserved to be on the Love Feast guest list.
SHARING a love feast can be the ultimate sensual experience designed to prepare you both for a night of magical passion.
Love feast preparation and sharing a love feast can be the ultimate sensual experience designed to prepare you and your partner for a night of magical passion.
The night of peace, the love feast has never ended.
Preparing and sharing a love feast can be the ultimate sensual experience designed to prepare you and your partner for a night of magical passion.
Reynolds argues that women, in their particular gendered roles and ritual practices--such as leading Love Feasts three times a year, wearing plain clothes, and participating in ritual bread making--help to "sustain the community both spiritually and physically" (164).