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Frequently Asked Questions
regarding
REFUSING THE BLOOD OF CHRIST
AT COMMUNION.

Q. 1. I am confused regarding the distribution of the Holy Communion. I noticed that many members of the congregation only accept the Body of Christ (Consecrated Host), refusing to take the Blood of Christ (Consecrated wine). I cannot understand why they are refusing the fullness of Christ during Holy Communion. Please enlighten me on this matter. Thanks.

A. 1. First of all, the fullness of Christ is present in both, the smallest piece of the Consecrated Host and the smallest drop of the Consecrated Wine. By only taking the Body / Consecrated Host, the members of the congregation have received the fullness of Christ. That was evident by the fact that the Catholic Church did not allow the faithful to receive the Precious Blood of Christ for centuries, that practice being implemented to point out that receiving both, the Consecrated Body and Blood of Christ was unnecessary.




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