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Jesus Christ shared wine with his apostles at the Last Supper from a common cup. Ever since, we've used chalices during the Sacrament of the Eucharist to share in the Body and the Blood. These sacred vessels are used by a multitude of Christian denominations to serve sacramental wine as a celebration of Communion. T. H. Stemper offers a wide array of beautiful chalices and paten sets in brass, stainless steel, sterling silver and gold-plated varieties suitable for churches of any budget and size.
Chalices are different than regular drinking cups and are designed after the Holy Chalice to reflect the divine substances they carry. Some chalices are more ornate than others, Only water, wine, and some of the Communion Host are allowed in the chalice cup.
Communion sets may include:
- Chalice – a cup for holding wine
- Paten – a plate for holding bread
- Ciborium – a covered cup for holding the Eucharist
Our incredible selection of traditional Eucharistic vessels includes plain or richly decorated, hand-chased designs. T. H. Stemper also offers the most complete line of communion chalices, also known as common cup chalices, and matching bowl patens for Eucharistic ministers.
Types of Materials for Communion Chalices
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This extensive church chalice and paten variety is offered to meet every liturgical environment and budget range imaginable.
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Celebrate the Eucharist with New Chalices and Communion Ware from T.H. Stemper
Ever since Jesus told his Apostles to “Do this in memory of me”, Christians and Roman Catholics have made the Eucharist central to the liturgy. Holding the blood of Christ, Chalices are the centerpiece of each Eucharistic celebration and mass. For this reason, Catholic communion chalices are traditionally made from a precious metal regarded as noble in whatever region the chalice is used.
Gifts for Newly Ordained Priests
It’s traditional for new Roman Catholic priests to receive their own chalice from family members. If you know someone who is finishing up their year of seminary training, consider giving them a portable travel chalice set.