Communion in both kinds

Related to Communion in both kinds: Communion in one kind
participation in both the bread and wine by all communicants.

See also: Communion

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Under current law, Hilgartner said, a bishop would be within his rights to restrict the availability of Communion in both kinds, because he would be following "whenever it may seem appropriate."
In the sixteenth century the taking of communion in both kinds was the signal to the authorities that Protestantism had infected an individual or a parish, but after that was stamped out, the touchstone of Catholic orthodoxy and political reliability became frequent confession and the correspondingly frequent taking of communion.