Latest Eucharist Stories
As Christians around the world celebrate Holy Week in preparation for Easter, new research has taken a second look at what Jesus and his disciples might have eaten at the Last Supper, finding that it might not be exactly what you would expect.
LAS VEGAS, Oct.
Moola reveals reasoning behind supernatural occurrences tied to meals in the Bible MAITLAND, Fla., March 12, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- In his new book,
Before the Passover 2012 which falls on April 5th, 2,200 Churches in 170 countries participate in a blood drive all together to commemorate the birth of the Second Coming Christ Ahnsahnghong and
TEMPE, Ariz., Feb.
NEW YORK, Nov. 24, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- O Holy Night, a special seasonal CD/DVD and first major label release from soprano prodigy Jackie Evancho, has entered the Billboard 200 at #2.
An Italian priest has developed a new application for Appleâ€™s popular iPad that will allow priests to celebrate mass using the device at the altar rather than using the traditional Roman missal.
A suburban Chicago woman said she has attended services at about 90 different churches in the city during the past 20 years. Marie Coyne, 73, who has been joined on her Sunday outings by friend Christine Scriba, 73, for the past five years, said she has attended churches with all-black congregations and facilities conducting mass in Latin, Spanish and Polish, the Chicago Sun-Times reported Monday. Coyne, a Eucharistic minister at St.
Swine flu cases in England have forced some Roman Catholic churches to temporarily stop sharing Communion wine, church officials say. That was the case in the Plymouth Diocese where two confirmed incidents of H1NI virus, also called the swine flu, were reported.
A Detroit church looks to bring hope and encouragement to all persons employed in the auto industry as apprehension and concern grow rapidly in the Motor City. The church will hold a special "Prayer and Consecration Service" on Sunday, Dec. 7 DETROIT, Dec.
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