What Is a Eucharist Plate Called?

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The Eucharist plate is known as a communion plate. It is a metal plate that has a long handle, and it is held below the chin of the communicant to hold any portions of the Host, which may fall. The word Eucharist is founded on the Greek word, eucharistian, which means to give thanks.
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