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Communion on the moon

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Astronaut Buzz Aldrin was the first human to witness how liquid behaves in the weak gravitational field of the moon -- but this was no science experiment.

This was a believer giving thanks to God for an extraordinary adventure.

Thus begins the story by Kay Campbell of Religion News Service about a Communion on the moon: The lunar communion service.

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