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For more information on how to host a Breaking Bread event, call Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan at 403.244.5625 or email w4wafghan@praxis.ca.
Twenty-five years after its original publication, Mel Piehl's Breaking Bread remains the most comprehensive scholarly analysis of the first decades of Catholic Worker history and a fine complement to William Miller's A Harsh and Dreadful Love: Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement (New York: Liveright, 1973).
Join host Father Dominic Garramone and share in his passion for baking bread in "Breaking Bread With Father Dominic" Mondays at 11 a.m.
How about dogs and their owners breaking bread together in a summer barbecue promotion?
Those who value the life of the mind will find Breaking Bread: Insurgent Black Intellectual Life a veritable blessing on many counts.
TONIGHT I shall be sitting between my best two mates in sport breaking bread and enjoying a good chinwag.
The chiseled, 236-pound signal-caller first chewed on an eggplant dish and veal Sorrentino entree while breaking bread with Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer at Guerriero's Ristorante.
Whether you prefer shows about Food (Breaking Bread), Music (Icthus EQ), Movies (Reel Faith & Faith Film Festival), Inspirational Talk (Too Blessed to be Stressed) or News (Currents), the NET has you covered.
24 entitled Breaking Bread with +Andrew: Dinner and Conversation with the Primate.
And up the steps of the ziggurat I climb, the steps worn by five thousand years of pilgrimage, and there is the garden, and a table waiting with a carafe of sherbet, and my mother breaking bread as she did all hours of the day, breaking bread for the bee-eaters and orioles that live in the garden, flinging bread into the air and over the grass for the hoopoes that swoop and coo in the garden at the summit, the morning birds, the evening birds, bread falling over the ground like appleflowers as far as my mother can throw it, the bread flying around her head, and the orioles almost mechanical birds that circle her in the garden from where now I can see rivers stretching from horizon to horizon.
"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." Even Cahill's sternest Jesuit mentors couldn't fault him at such moments.
Another show dispensing fatherly wisdom is public television's 13-part series "Breaking Bread with Father Dominic," exec-produced by Mark Buckley and debuting on most stations in October.