Synonyms for Communion:
n.amish, benedictine, benefice, acolyte, calvinism, anglican, christendom, beadle, Bible-thumper, baptist. baptise, amen, catechism, celebrate, intercommunication, knowledge, baptize, benediction, the Book of Common Prayer, anthem, call down. contact, persuasion, church, denomination, faith, self-expression, interaction, sect, correspondence, religion, transmission, liaison, cross-fertilization, articulation. •act (noun)
holy communion, manduction, Sacramental Manduction.
•affinity, agreement (noun)
accord, intimacy, contact, association, intercommunication, fellowship.
association, fellowship, accord, union, agreement.
holy communion, manduction, Sacramental Manduction, sharing.
love, adoration, devotion, kinship, amorousness, endearment, idolization, oneness, romance, affection, desire, passion, intimacy, fondness, worship, sentimentality, liking, friendliness, faithfulness, infatuation, attachment, crush, tenderness.
•religious belief (noun)
confirmation, ritual, nones, transubstantiation, mass, service, baptism, sacrament, solemnization, rite, evensong, initiation, liturgy, revival, marriage, remembrance, observance, last rites, eucharist, vesper, novena, wedlock, convocation, canon, matrimony, Siddur, christening, celebration, ceremony, missal, sacrifice, holiday.
•sacrament in church; body of believers sharing a sacrament (noun)
denomination, religion, eucharist, faith, mass, sacrament, persuasion, church.
•school of thought (noun)
religion. church, fellowship, intercommunication, sect. denomination. persuasion, faith. •sacramental manduction
•Other relevant words:
holy communion, baptise, accord, benedictine, correspondence, cross-fertilization, baptist, articulation, celebrate, beadle, association, acolyte, union, intercommunication, liaison, Sacramental Manduction, catechism, agreement, amish, transmission, denomination, persuasion, fellowship, contact, sect, christendom, benediction, anthem, self-expression, benefice, church, knowledge, baptize, anglican, amen, manduction, sharing, calvinism, faith, interaction, religion.