Communion elements

the bread and wine used in the celebration of the Lord's supper.

See also: Communion

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In 1980, while blessing communion elements during mass, the archbishop was assassinated on the orders of Maj.
4) The communion elements include bread, wine, and grape juice, which should be consumed reverently.
Not only did John Wesley bring back the invocation of the Spirit, but he also revived the double epiclesis, as in the liturgies of the Eastern Church, by invoking the Holy Spirit upon both the congregation and upon the communion elements.
It was interesting to think that the very first liquid ever poured on the moon, and the first food eaten there, were communion elements.
Can communion elements be culture-ized or, by doing so, does the meal cease to be the Lord's Supper?
Malachy's Church in Philadelphia, delivered the sermon as guest preacher, and worshipers from the state played key roles at the service, like bearing communion elements and offering gifts to the poor.
per cup) "facilitates more efficient and less time-consuming distribution of the Holy Communion elements.
Ever wonder about the deeper meaning behind soup kitchens, communion elements, and those Jell-O salads at church potlucks?
Anglican practice requires that leftover consecrated communion elements be consumed.
I remember debates at Knox College about how one should properly dispose of left-over Communion elements, but never Bibles
Marty has called the "quiet smuggling of Communion elements.
Compak founder and president Jim Johnson said, "By packaging together the type of juice and wafer used by the Protestant Church for the past 50 years, we've preserved the traditional Communion elements with great reverence.