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 1 1/8" White Host host, church hosts, church breads, altar breads, hosts for church, communion wafers, church wafers, first holy communion wafers, cavanaugh communion wafers, cavanaugh wafers, cavanaugh hosts, altar bread, altar wafers, catholic church hosts
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     1 3/8" White Host host, church hosts, church breads, altar breads, hosts for church, communion wafers, church wafers, first holy communion wafers, cavanaugh communion wafers, cavanaugh wafers, cavanaugh hosts, altar bread, altar wafers, catholic church hosts
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    Item #: CAV138W -

      Christmas Wafer Envelopes100/pk
      Price: $16.50
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      Item #: 51704 -

        Christmas Wafer Envelope with meaningful description on backside. Sold in package of 100. Envelope measures 5 1/2" x 7 1/2".

        Polish Oplatki Christmas Wafers, White, Pkg/100 wafers, christmas wafers, nativity wafers, polish tradition, christmas eve tradition, white wafers,29-100
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        Item #: 51702 -

          *AVAILABLE IN NOVEMBER & DECEMBER ONLY*Wafers are made with whole wheat flour and water. The facility does not bake or package any other product so there is no chance of cross contamination possible. No baking sprays are used, so the breads are 100% wheat flour and water.Polish Tradition: Before partaking of the Christmas Eve meal, the family gathers around the table. The eldest member holds a large wafer and breaks off a piece to begin the ritual. The remaining wafer is passed on to another...

          Polish Oplatki Christmas Wafers-3 White/1Pink with Nativity Envelope
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          Price: $1.50
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          Item #: 99347 -

            Polish Tradition: Before partaking of the Christmas Eve meal, the family gathers around the table. The eldest member holds a large wafer and breaks off a piece to begin the ritual. The remaining wafer is passed on to another member while a prayer for loved ones is said. This continues until everyone at the table has a piece of the wafer. Finally, the family members consume their share quietly.The breaking of the Christmas wafer is a custom that began in Poland in the 10th century and is...