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How nuns got squeezed out of the communion wafer business

16 mins | Oct 22, 2022
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One cannot live on prayer alone. Since the early 20th century, nuns across the United States have produced communion wafers to sustain living expenses and keep local churches stocked. However, one hundred years later, all that has changed. Mark Dent explores how the absence of the Benedictine Sisters in the wafer industry has resulted in a broader loss of religious life and culture.

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