What Christian celebration's name
means "love feast" in Greek and "a state of wonder or amazement" in
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In the early Christian Church,
agape was the name of the feast that
accompanied Eucharist (the celebration of the Last Supper). The word has come
to denote "a state of wonder or amazement." It derives from the Greek
agapan, greet with affection or love.
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