some ordinary leavened loaves of bread from the remnants of this loaves used for the Eucharist. It's blessed, but not consecrated, and distributed in churches which use the Byzantine Rite.
Within The Gr. Ch., bread developing area of the holy loaf, blessed when you look at the prothesis, although not sacramentally consecrated, and distributed within close for the solution to all those who have not communicated.
A piece of ordinary leavened loaves of bread from remnants of loaves used for the Eucharist. Its endowed, yet not consecrated, and distributed in churches that use the Byzantine Rite.
Into The Gr. Ch., breads forming an element of the holy loaf, endowed in prothesis, not sacramentally consecrated, and distributed on close of the service to anyone who has not communicated.
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