Origin of intercommunion
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Either all Forms admit of intercommunion one with the other.
And so it may be with our means of locomotion and intercommunion, and what depends on them.The Ancien Regime
Its fruit was thus another suitable symbol of intercommunion between the products of the earth and the bodies of men.The Incarnate Purpose
G. H. Percival
But in the former, man ever seeks to attain to this intercommunion of friendship by something that he himself will do for God.The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Leviticus
S H Kellogg
Art and skill are required to distinguish what Forms admit of intercommunion, and what Forms do not.
- association between Churches, involving esp mutual reception of Holy Communion
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