[ UK /jˌuːkəɹˈɪstɪk/ ]
of or relating to the sacrament of the Eucharist
the Eucharistic cup
How To Use Eucharistic In A Sentence
- A literal offering of bread and wine has in the course of time been included in the eucharistic ritual.
- When she was well again, her confessor directed her to the Society of Mary Reparatrix whose members were dedicated to Eucharistic adoration in union with Mary at the foot of the Cross, making reparation for the sins of the world.
- As a consequence of this fact it is possible to delineate the proper role of the congregation in the eucharistic prayer.
- Christ willed it to be, and finally complete ingrafting in eucharistic communion. A bit more on Holy Communion and non-Catholic Christians
- Though we know little about early Christian worship, it is safe to assume that these common Eucharistic meals were celebrated with little ceremonial.
- He is present in the sacrifice of the Mass, not only in the person of His minister, "the same now offering, through the ministry of priests, who formerly offered himself on the cross" (20), but especially under the eucharistic species. The Knights of the Holy Eucharist
- Faith, holding her chalice and Eucharistic wafer, stands to the right of Charity, while Hope, with her back turned to the viewer, looks to Charity from her left.
- The induction of the Eucharistic Ministers by Bishop Fleming takes place on Sunday next, January 23rd in Knockmore Church at 11 am Mass.
- The Eucharistic vestments in the Church of England date back to late Roman antiquity - the surplice is an enlargement of the late Roman tunic for convenient use over warm undergarments in colder climates.
- Cocksworth (1991) and Douglas (2006) argue that Anglican eucharistic theology is characterized by multiformity, that is, a multiplicity of views with many voices actually competing against each other. Archive 2007-04-01