Let “virtue” go forth from us, and let it be as holy bread to all who are heavy-laden, and ready to faint.
Every New Year's Day the sacristan comes and puts a morsel of the holy bread in her mouth, and that is all she has to live on.
The words she spoke I cannot repeat, but when she ended I set my lips to her garment's hem as reverently as ever to holy bread.
Their rites differ not much from the Latins, save that of communicating in both species, and distribution of the holy bread.
Nor was this the only miracle which popular imagination ascribed to the three bits of holy bread.
His kissing is as full of sanctity as the touch of holy bread.
The holy bread in the mass was baked in the convents and churches by the priests or monks with much ceremony.
The priest answered David, "There is no plain bread at hand, but only holy bread."