- Communion, a 1976 horror film (also called Alice, Sweet Alice) starring Brooke Shields
- Communion (book), a book by Whitley Strieber about his purported abductions by aliens
- Communion (1989 film), a film based on the book
- "Communion", a song by Debbie Harry, from the album Debravation
- Communion (Septic Flesh album), 2008
- Communion (John Patitucci album), 2001
- Communion (The Soundtrack of Our Lives album)
- Communion, a song by Third Day on their album Wherever You Are
- Communion (music), artist-led music community
Other articles related to "communion":
... Review scores Source Rating Allmusic link NME link Spin link Communion is the fifth studio album by the Swedish band The Soundtrack of Our Lives ... band wrote entirely new material and recorded it, which became Communion ...
... as divorced and remarried Catholics excludes them from receiving Eucharistic Communion ... Public denial of Communion must be avoided and so the reasons for exclusion must be explained to them, but if such precautionary measures fail to obtain the desired effect or are impossible, Communion is ...
... Speaking generally, the expression "lay communion" does not necessarily imply the idea of the Eucharist, but only the condition of a layman in communion with the Church ... But as the Eucharist was granted only to those in communion with the Church, to say that a cleric was admitted to the lay communion is equivalent to saying ... The person who passed from the condition of a penitent to the lay communion, had necessarily to be received by the bishop into the Church, before being ...
... evening prayer, the Litany, and Holy Communion ... It set out in full the Epistle and Gospel readings for the Sunday Communion Service ... Numerous editions have followed, and currently throughout the Anglican Communion, various Books of Common Prayer are published by the different Anglican provinces ...
Famous quotes containing the word communion:
“In compensation for considerable disgust, despondency, and boredomsuch as living in solitude without friends, books, duties, or passions necessarily entailswe are given those quarter-hours of deepest communion with ourselves and nature. Those who completely barricade themselves from boredom, barricade themselves from themselves as well: they will never get to drink the most refreshingly potent draught from the their own innermost fountain.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)
“There is a communion of more than our bodies when bread is broken and wine drunk.”
—M.F.K. Fisher (19081992)
“They eat, they drink, and in communion sweet
Quaff immortality and joy.”
—John Milton (16081674)