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  • a  of or relating to the sacrament of the Eucharist

  • In rethinking eucharistic doctrine, the theologians speak of the "signchange" that takes place in the elements in existential categories rather than sticking to the static .
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  • Constance DiRaffaele, 78, of Melrose, homemaker
    Constance R. “Connie” (MacNevin) DiRaffaele of Melrose, homemaker, died Thursday in her home. She was 78. Born in Lowell, Mrs. DiRaffaele was a lifelong resident of Melrose. She graduated from Melrose High School. Mrs. DiRaffaele was a member of St. Mary’s Church in Melrose where she was a Eucharistic minister. She enjoyed sailing on Lake Quannapowitt in Wakefield and was a member of the ...
    June 24, 2013 - Boston Herald

  • Pope Benedict XVI in
    During this celebration of the Eucharistic sacrifice, let us join our intentions to those of His Holiness in prayerful gratitude for the good works carried out by the Knights of Columbus and in humble supplication for the success of your convention... Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone International Herald Tribune Aug 7, 2007 34376 43955 eucharistic With a public sign," the Pope said, "yesterday's Eucharistic celebration in the basilica of St. Mary Major -- you most appropriately demonstrated the close ties binding you to the Bishop of Rome and the universal Church."
  • Andrus in Episcopal News Service
    In the November 29 invitation, Andrus wrote that "at the Eucharistic table we become aware of this divine reality, that while humans may forget the dead - and may indeed willfully forget them - God remembers them. In the Iraq war the numbers of...

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