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Holy Communion in Christianity topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishHoly CommunionˌHoly Comˈmunion noun [uncountable]  RRCthe Christian ceremony in which people eat bread and drink wine as signs of Christ’s body and blood syn Communion
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Holy CommunionThis experience, he says, was repeated on every subsequent occasion when he preached and administered Holy Communion.There'd been Holy Communion at eight this morning, and afternoon prayers.We must lay off the booze even during Holy Communion.Everybody except the best man went to the rails for Holy Communion.Second, for me the sacrament of Holy Communion is a focal point of feeding.Nearly all in the crowd that filled the old church received Holy Communion.It sounded a good deal more basic than, say, Holy Communion at Cranborne School.Settings of the Holy Communion and of canticles are rarely used, however, and the emphasis remains firmly congregational.