At least three readers sent me this, and I guess it’s gone viral. I also can’t vouch that it’s real, but maybe it is. It looks real, and there’s a reddit thread on it that started yesterday. But I can’t give it the Professor Ceiling Cat Seal of Authenticity™.
Well, a bit of Googling lends support to its authenticity, for here is another version from the Celebrate Communion website:
500 of these for only $94.95. That’s less than 20¢ per dose of our Lord’s body and blood!
What I don’t understand is why, if this is real, it exists. Isn’t Communion supposed to be in a church, with the priest handing out the crackers and wine (or grape juice)? Under what circumstances would you use one of these? In the front lines of the military on Sunday?