gymundeb, cymundeb, cymun, chymundeb, gymun, chymun, nghymun, nghymundeb
Noun(1) the act of participating in the celebration of the Eucharist(2) sharing thoughts and feelings(3) (Christianity
(1) Mutual participation or communion is an integral feature of Christian salvation.(2) Another aspect of serving the Lord is to have communion with Him.(3) Only through genuine communion can the suffering and oppression of some become real to all.(4) It is rather that the one catholic Church exists in the communion among the local churches.(5) I'm just joining communion with the rest of the people of the city.(6) A new understanding of Anglican identity is needed if we are to remain in communion across the colors and cultures, nations and nationalities that Anglicanism now embodies.(7) The sheer joy of that intimate communion with nature; the contented peace we discover on the banks of running waters - that's what it's really all about.(8) Those churches in communion with Peter and the Orthodox are held to have a valid sacrament of orders.(9) Augustine thought that the Donatists could not plausibly claim to be the one true Catholic Church when they were in communion with ├ö├ç├┐neither Rome nor Jerusalem├ö├ç├û.(10) It is not clear what is meant here by the idea of ├ö├ç├┐full communion,├ö├ç├û an idea that suggests Catholics may be in different degrees of communion with the church.(11) For Catholics, when we receive Holy Communion, it is a statement that we are in full communion with those people with whom we are taking Communion.(12) Participation in Christ is an instance of communion that opens believers to proportionate participation in all of the dimensions we have discussed.(13) Worst of all expansion is eroding the precious and time-honored values of community with neighbors and communion with nature.(14) By prayer and meditation the pious Buddhist enters into living communion with the heavenly Lord.(15) Its goal is to help families faced with health problems by enhancing agency, a sense of personal control and choice, and communion , a sense of interpersonal connection.(16) But whereas with a single image of Rembrandt or Van Gogh we might feel a sense of communion or sympathy, with Warhol we simply find ourselves staring into the void.
1. affinity ::
3. holy communion ::
Different Formscommunion, communions
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