A Catholic priest observes the rite of communion.
- An example of communion is a group of people with the same opinion on a topic.
- An example of Communion is the Roman Catholic sacrament that individuals receive around the age of 7 or 8.
- the act of sharing; possession in common; participation: a communion of interest
- the act of sharing one's thoughts and emotions with another or others; intimate converse
- an intimate relationship with deep understanding
- a group of Christians professing the same faith and practicing the same rites; denomination
- a sharing in, or celebrating of, the Eucharist, or Holy Communion
- the consecrated bread or wine of the Eucharist; Holy Communion
Origin of communionMiddle English communioun ; from Old French communion ; from Classical Latin communio, a sharing (in LL(Ec), the sacrament of communion) ; from communis, common
- The act or an instance of sharing, as of thoughts or feelings.
- Religious or spiritual fellowship.
- A body of Christians with a common religious faith who practice the same rites; a denomination.
- Communion Ecclesiastical a. The sacrament of the Eucharist received by a congregation.b. The consecrated elements of the Eucharist.c. The part of the Mass or a liturgy in which the Eucharist is received.
Origin of communionMiddle English communioun, Christian fellowship, Eucharist, from Old French communion, from Late Latin comm&umacron;ni&omacron;, comm&umacron;ni&omacron;n-, from Latin, mutual participation, from comm&umacron;nis, common; see common.
- A joining together of minds or spirits.
- The sacrament of Holy Communion