One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The prayer uttered by the presiding minister following the administration of the Eucharist; that part of the liturgy which completes the celebration after the administration of the Eucharist.
Following the administration of the Eucharist, especially delivered or spoken after the Eucharist.
Late Middle English. From Middle French, French postcommunion and its etymon post-classical Latin postcommunion-, postcommunio from classical Latin post- + commūnio.
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