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Is it a sacrilege to take communion in hand?

Is it a sacrilege to take communion in hand? The short answer is no! However some may believe otherwise. If it were sacrileges, the present teaching do not reflect that to be the case. Rome allows ...
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Can a communion host be made differently according to Catholicism?

Can a communion host be made differently? The valid material of the Eucharistic host is unadulterated wheat reduced to flour, diluted with natural water, and baked with fire. Host (Catholic ...
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Is the Trinity in the Blessed Sacrament (the Blessed Host)

I think this is a very deep question which can only get a short answer and the rest we have to consider a mystery: Because you cannot separate The Trinity and God is a pure spirit, we can say that ...
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Is it a sacrilege to take communion in hand?

"As they were eating, Jesus took bread, blessed and broke it, gave it to the disciples, and said, “Take and eat it; this is my body.” Then he took a cup, and after giving thanks, he gave it to ...
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Is the Trinity in the Blessed Sacrament (the Blessed Host)

Think of the Holy Eucharist just as you would think of Jesus preaching in Galilee with you among the public around Him. Who are you looking at? The consubstantial Son of God Who has assumed a human ...
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What is the contribution of Cavanagh Altar Bread?

What is the contribution of Cavanagh Altar Bread? Why do churches in America prefer to use the product for Communion wafers? The Cavanagh Company is by far the biggest seller of community wafers in ...
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Has there been any discussion in the Catholic Church about whether hand sanitizer profanes the Host?

Using hand sanitizer after the Lavabo is to introduce a new rite into the Mass. The Lavabo rite is described in the Ritus servandus in celebratione Missæ (Rubrics of the Missale Romanum) as, for the ...
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