The officiating priest was just finishing mass whilst D'Artagnan was looking at Bazin; he pronounced the words of the holy Sacrament and retired, giving the benediction, which was received by the kneeling communicants
, to the astonishment of D'Artagnan, who recognized in the priest the coadjutor* himself, the famous Jean Francois Gondy, who at that time, having a presentiment of the part he was to play, was beginning to court popularity by almsgiving.
They had been persuaded that the hosts which we consecrated and gave to the communicants
were mixed with juices strained from the flesh of a camel, a dog, a hare, and a swine; all creatures which the Abyssins look upon with abhorrence, believing them unclean, and forbidden to them, as they were to the Jews.
A daily communicant
, she would spend four to five hours of prayer in contemplation, after communion, and spent the rest of the day making linens for the altar or teaching about God to children who gathered around her bed.
Anglicans use fermented (alcoholic) wine and the chalice is wiped after each communicant
has taken wine from it.
Their service program leaflet notes, "if you wish the bread dipped in the wine (intinction) do not put out your hands." The priest carrying the wafers on a tray with a concave centre filled with wine intincts for the communicant
The chancellor must be at least 30, a barrister with seven years' experience and a communicant
of the Church of England.
Sir - As a fellow communicant
of the Church in Wales who believes that the Welsh Assembly has done absolutely nothing for the people of Wales, I wrote to my archbishop some three months ago expressing my concern that he was taking a political stance over the Welsh Assembly and asking him whether he was doing it in a personal capacity or as Archbishop of Wales.
and there's not a damn thing I can do about it." Adds another communicant
, "Matt," who works for a major right-wing lobbying group: "I think it'd be valuable for people to know that there are gay conservatives working for change from the inside.
A) The first measure was obtained after their union of the vertebral arteries; B) the second caudal and emission of caudal cerebellar arteries; C) the third caudal the anastomosis with the communicant
caudal artery in the rostral course, and of the internal carotid artery in the immediately previous point to its ramification in communicant
caudal artery and its extension to rostral.
The European Commission announced on October 30 that it has authorised Germany to go ahead with proposed aid of Euro 371 million in direct grants and a loan guarantee for Communicant
Semiconductor Technologies AG to help towards the construction of a new semiconductor plant located in the Eastern German region of Brandenburg.
The sacrament, rather than an accident veiling an inward substance or, as for Luther, a consubstantial manifestation of the hypostatic union, is instead an Augustinian seal ratifying a sacramental reality solely in the heart or soul of the communicant
. It is, writes Calvin, "an outward sign by which the Lord seals on our consciences the promises of his good will toward us" (4.14.1).
* And the E-mail from long-time communicant
Wilma Mathews, ABC, director, public relations, at Arizona State University, said "In the March issue of communications briefings, there's an item on a handbook called 'Walk Awhile in My Shoes.' Can you walk 'awhile' or do you have to walk 'a while'?"