domenica 9 luglio 2017

The Telegraph
(David Millward) The Roman Catholic Church has outlawed the use of gluten-free bread for Holy Communion.However the Vatican has decreed that it can still be made from genetically modified organisms, the BBC reported. The ruling was announced in a letter to bishops by Cardinal Robert Sarah,  prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments. He has said the bread can be low-gluten, but the wheat must contain enough protein for it to be made without additives. "Until recently it was certain religious communities who took care of baking the bread (...)