Poterion Fair Trade Communion Wine

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Registered Office: Unit 21,
Whitebridge Wines, 
 Whitebridge Estate,
  Stone. Staffordshire.
ST15 8LQ. England

Opening Hours Monday Friday 0830 1730, Saturday 0930 - 1300

Tel. +44(0)1785 817229   Fax. +44(0)1785 811181

Licensee: Francis Edward Guy Peel

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For information E-mail us at info@poterionfairtrade.co.uk

Company Registration Number 1736781 (England)  VAT Number: 401 9212 96

Our Team

Francis Peel Managing Director                              Mobile 07976 921217  

Kathy Howcroft Director & General Manager           Mobile 07971 507809

Patti Peel - Marketing Manager                                 Mobile 07973 898117

Nigel Struthers  Deliveries                                      Mobile-  07973 685157

Nick Tebbitts Accounts/Deliveries                           Mobile 07977 427939

Canon Law 

'B 17 Of bread and wine for the Holy Communion

1. The church wardens of every parish, with the advice and direction of the minister, shall provide a sufficient quantity of bread and wine for the number of communicants that shall from time to time receive the same.

2. The bread, whether leavened or unleavened, shall be of the best and purest wheat flour that conveniently may be gotten, and the wine the fermented juice of the grape, good and wholesome.

3. The bread shall be brought to the communion table in a paten or convenient box and the wine in a convenient cruet or flagon.'

The Canons of the Church of England, Canons Ecclesiastical promulged by the Convocations of Canterbury and York in 1964 and 1969 and by the General Synod of the Church of England from 1970

'Canon 924, Article 3: The Rites and Ceremonies of the Eucharistic Celebration

1. The most holy Sacrifice of the Eucharist must be celebrated in bread, and in wine to which a small quantity of water is to be added.

2. The bread must be wheaten only, and recently made, so that there is no danger of corruption.

3. The wine must be natural, made from grapes of the vine, and not corrupt.'

From The Code of Canon Law in English translation, prepared by The Canon Law Society Of Great Britain And Ireland In Association With The Canon Law Society Of Australia And New Zealand And The Canadian Canon Law Society. English translation copyright 1983 The Canon Law Society Trust, Sixth edition 2000.

1) The added spirit (alcohol) must have been distilled from the grape (ex genimime vitis);

(2) the quantity of alcohol added, together with that which the wine contained naturally after fermentation, must not exceed eighteen per cent of the whole;

(3) the addition must be made during the process of fermentation (S. Romana et Univ. Inquis., 5 August, 1896).

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