The Catholic Church has revealed that it has filed a patent for a type of communion wafer that won't stick in your mouth.
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The Catholic Church has revealed that it has filed a patent for a type of communion wafer that won't stick in your mouth.

According to church officials, the new wafer has been in development for years, and has been rigorously tested by priests and parishioners alike. The wafer is made with a special blend of flour and water that allows it to dissolve easily in the mouth without sticking to the roof of the mouth or causing any discomfort.

The announcement has caused a stir among Catholics around the world, with many questioning the need for such a technological advancement in the sacrament of Holy Communion. Some have even accused the church of being more concerned with profits than with spiritual matters.

This new wafer will allow all Catholics to fully participate in the sacrament without any discomfort or inconvenience.

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However, church officials have defended the patent, saying that it will allow them to better serve the needs of their congregants. “We understand that some people may find the traditional wafer to be a bit of a challenge to consume, especially for those with dental issues or sensitivities,” said a spokesperson for the church. “This new wafer will allow all Catholics to fully participate in the sacrament without any discomfort or inconvenience.”

Despite the controversy, the church has already received numerous inquiries from parishes and dioceses around the world who are interested in purchasing the new wafer. It remains to be seen how this development will impact the centuries-old tradition of Holy Communion in the Catholic Church.

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