A joining together of minds or spirits. | (Christianity) Holy Communion | (Roman Catholicism) A form of ecclesiastical unity between the Roman Church and another, so that the latter is considered part of the former.
How to use Communion in a Sentence?
There was absolutely no communion of spirit between her and her aunt on this subject.
She looked upwards at the starry heaven, but felt no communion with its loveliness.
For many hours we spoke not, but remained in sad communion with our own thoughts.
In these things the redeemed have communion with God; that is, they partake with him and of him.
Thus the hermit economized wood, for wood meant time, and time meant communion with his books.
The man of evil temper wants the calm disposition of soul necessary to communion with God.
It is said that Constantine was baptized into the Arian communion in the year 337.
Her eyes were fixed upon the old Communion Table, so shadowy in the single lamplight.
This is the knowledge of classes which determines where they can have communion with one another and where not.
This communion of some with some may be illustrated by the case of letters; for some letters do not fit each other, while others do.
Every one then, who desires to answer truly, will adopt the third and remaining hypothesis of the communion of some with some.
Going apart from them for a season of divine communion on the mountain, he spent forty days in preparation for a system of government.
And you know it is upon the ground that slavery is not under all circumstances a sin, that Christians in the Northern States hold communion with you of the South.
To the end of his days the aspiration of the human soul for communion with God found in him a delicate and sympathetic interpreter.
Linen is mixed with mud; the white veil some girl wore at her first communion is defiled with excrement....
How the lands of the world in communion are brought, And the slow march of speech is as rapid as thought.
Let us content ourselves to be earthly creatures, and hold communion of spirit in such modes as are ordained to us. . . .
Here, like the inspired seer of Patmos, he could congratulate himself on having shaken off communion with mankind.
One little Polish girl who made her first communion in the summer of 1919 had an outfit that cost her $30.
Shall they be satisfied, the spirit's yearning, For sweet communion with kindred minds?
Ils s'embrassèrent en signe de communion dans la liberté, dans la vie, dans la mort.
By forsaking the communion of the Roman church organization he severed his soul from Christ and became an apostate.
Constant communion with death makes for callosity of feeling; and the Calabrians and the Sicilians are the cruellest among the civilized peoples.
Short Example Sentence for Communion
I was absolved from communion with that soul.
Religion is a communion of immortal souls.
The utmost fullness of communion seemed to be theirs.
There is communion in the sanctuary between us and Him.
This morning I attended mass and communion with faith.
The first Christians did not have communion on Sunday.
Ch., Communion Set ...
Already they had established a communion that was independent of speech.
Whereas being surely has communion with both of them, for both of them are?
For virtue hath no communion with vice nor freedom with slavery.
Silence, too, was a form of communion more satisfactory to him than speech.
This does but pain the Spirit in its forced communion with the living.
He holds no communion with his kind, but stands alone without mate or fellow.
Who are you troop in high communion met, Like an assembled family of princes?
I desire communion with thee, but thou wouldst put no trust in Me.
They eat, they drink, and in communion sweet Quaff immortality and joy.
After the Holy Communion we were sitting on the green-sward near a house.