Eucharistic liturgy

NOUN
  1. a Christian sacrament commemorating the Last Supper by consecrating bread and wine
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How To Use Eucharistic liturgy In A Sentence

  • A related influence on liturgical ceremonial was imperial court practice, contributing still more to the transformation of the Eucharistic liturgy from common meal to hieratic pageant.
  • AMANPOUR: We're entering now what's known as the holiest part of the Catholic mass, which is the Eucharistic liturgy and this will be fairly lengthy. CNN Transcript Apr 24, 2005
  • John takes this opportunity to provide his reader with something equally important to Eucharistic liturgy.
  • As we know, they had maintained the practice of ordaining women deacons during the Eucharistic liturgy.
  • To further support the position of the woman deacon being ordained, it is especially important to consider that deaconesses were ordained during the course of the Eucharistic liturgy.
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