CHECKLIST FOR INTINCTION CUP METHOD
Ensure that the chalice and intinction cup are clean.
Place the intinction cup inside the chalice (see Figure 3-6).
Fill the intinction cup with enough communion hosts to serve the number of persons anticipated
for the service. If the intinction cup will not hold all the hosts needed for the service, put the other
needed hosts in a ciborium and place the ciborium next to the chalice. Have extra hosts
Fill the chalice with either wine or grape juice (whichever is used by the chaplain) ensuring the
level of the liquid does not reach the bottom of the intinction cup which is now dividing the inside
of the chalice cup in half.
Prepare the altar for the intinction cup method of communion service (see Figure 3-5).