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via CWN's Off theRecord.

Practices effective immediately include priests using only chalices and bowls made of precious metals for the distribution of holy communion. "Research has shown that metal chalices are less likely to contribute to the spread of diseases," church bird flu epidemic protocols state.

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When I was younger, I'm 50, we didn't have anything to drink at Communion. All we got was the dry wafer.
Why & when did they change it?

In answer to your question: what's wrong is that chalices and bowls used for the Eucharist have ALWAYS supposed to be made from precious (and non-breakable)materials---not for health reasons but for reasons of reverence.


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