Those Russkies, they take the whole "common cup" thing really seriously.And don't forget the spoon. Or in this case, I suppose a ladle is more appropriate.
At first glance, I thought it was a table-lamp.I'm SOOOO going to hell for that one.
How in the world...?!?!Wow. Just... wow.
No limp-wristed priests need apply. :)
it certainly beats consecrating one host and then opening up the tabernacle.
watcher... I thought the same. Don't pack a sweater for the afterlife.
Also the Eastern Rites & derivatives (AKA Russian & Greek Orthodox) combine the Sacred species ("bread" (which is usually leavened) & "wine" (yeah, I know that for valid rites they ain't bread & wine anymore but that's why I quoted them to handle the case of invalid rites)) into a common cup (AKA chalice) and communicate using a spoon. (I'm going to that warmer region as I just had the thought that it brings new meaning to the phrase "Soup's on!")
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