What is communion
Holy Communion, or Eucharist, takes its name from the classical Greek language, and translates as "to give thanks."
Three of the Biblical gospels--Matthew, Mark and Luke--describe the Last Supper, a meal soon before the crucifixion of Jesus, in which Jesus shared bread and wine with his apostles, instructing them that the food and drink represented his body and blood and to continue the tradition among his followers
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