Paul Stutzman organizes Recovering the Love Feast
into two sections: the first and largest traces the history of the Love Feast
in Christian tradition; the second suggests ways contemporary congregations might appropriate the forming practices of the Love Feast
Wagner's Love Feast
Of The Apostles is an extremely difficult piece of male vocal composition, but the Colne Valley choir mastered it and presented it to astonishment across the country well into the 1950s.
A church with numerous stations might invite all members to a love feast
for a time of fellowship, praise, divine intercession, and the presentation of reports.
She began publishing in her late teens and has had a rather controversial career, culminating in the release of the serial-killer love feast
Exquisite Corpse in 1996.
We could even recover the love feast
from the early church and really start to see eating together as part of our discipleship.
But for one reader, our Valentine Love Feast
provided something we didn't put on the five-course menu.
Calling it a Love Feast
is appropriate in more than one way, for this is food truly cooked with love.
Forget vying with other couples in public displays of affection this Valentine's Day and tuck into a lavish love feast
The Love Feast
, a German ceremony adopted by the Aboriginal people of Newfoundland at which people offer each other tea to display affection and unity, will begin activities on the Sunday.
Early Christians referred to the Eucharist as agape or love feast
But some congressmen are missing from this love feast
of agreement on the need to fix the Balanced Budget Act.
The winter furrow may seem to doze on in oblivion, but like "pensive Selene," the poet caresses and coaxes, honoring and remembering in brief "stanzas for a love feast