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The Sacrament of the Eucharist is offered at every mass at St. Basil’s. In order to receive the sacrament, you must be a baptised Roman Catholic. All non-Roman Catholics may participate at th time the eucharist is distributed by receiving a blessing from the priests or communion ministers. The way you can indicate to the minister of communion that you would like to receive blessing, instead of communion, is by crossing your arms across your chest and placing you hand on your shoulders.

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