Definition of Eucharistic liturgy
1. Noun. A Christian sacrament commemorating the Last Supper by consecrating bread and wine.
Generic synonyms: Sacrament
Terms within: Offertory, Communion, Holy Communion, Manduction, Sacramental Manduction
Derivative terms: Eucharistic, Liturgical, Liturgist
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Literary usage of Eucharistic liturgy
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1. Ancient Christianity, and the Doctrines of the Oxford Tracts for the Times by Isaac Taylor (1844)
"THE eucharistic liturgy, ATTRIBUTED TO CHRYSOSTOM. IT may well be questioned whether, even where nothing worse takes place in the course of time than an ..."
2. Holy Mass: The Eucharistic Sacrifice and the Roman Liturgy by Herbert Lucas (1914)
"... we bless Thee, we glorify Thee, we give Thee thanks," &c., which do, indeed, strike the very key-note of the eucharistic liturgy. ..."
3. The Critical Review of Theological & Philosophical Literature by Stewart Dingwall Fordyce Salmond (1897)
"and the eucharistic liturgy (c. ix., x.). As were the two former, so also was the liturgy of the Eucharist with its three prayers, appropriated by the ..."
4. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1867)
"The eucharistic liturgy of the diocese of Connecticut was assimilated to that of Scotland in the act of consecration. Thus, from the Scotch bishops, a free, ..."
5. Christian Worship: Its Origin and Evolution. A Study of the Latin Liturgy Up by Louis Duchesne (1904)
"The collection comprises thirty compositions, connected respectively with the eucharistic liturgy (1-6), with baptism (7-11), with ordination (12-14), ..."