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1. The act of giving thanks; thanksgiving. Led through the vale of tears to the region of eucharist and hallelujahs. (South)

2. The sacrament of the lords Supper; the solemn act of ceremony of commemorating the death of christ, in the use of bread and wine, as the appointed emblems; the communion. See sacrament.

Origin: L. Euchaistia, gr, lit, a giving of banks; _ favor, grace, banks; akin to to rejoice, nd prob. To yearn: cf. F. Euchaistie.

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Reconciling Faith with Evolution

... be explained as coincidence, but this much detail? The many miracles that take place today also prove it. For example, when Christ instituted the Eucharist, He transubstantiated the bread and wine into His body and blood; in fact, there have been many miracles where, during Mass, the bread and ...

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