Can you guess the meaning of ‘ciborium’? Can you pronounce it? We asked these young adults in our latest round of Catholic 101 trivia!
Kevin: I don’t even know how to pronounce it right.
Channing: Do we get like three hints?
Sarah: Phone a friend.
Channing: Can we—
Randy: I think it’s an atomic element.
Robert: You’re right, you’re right.
Randy: Ciborium. It’s on the periodic table.
Tommy: Is that what holds the—
Robert: I’m going to say it’s a hallway. I’ll go with a hallway.
Tommy: The unconsecrated host, or consecrated host?
Natural: This has to do with a bowl, right? Is this the bowl where the Eucharist is in?
Grotto: Ciborium. A bowl or chalice-shaped vessel to hold the consecrated hosts for the distribution of Holy Communion.
LeShane: Oh. Okay.
Rachel M.: Maybe next time.
LeShane: Yeah, I think we’ll get the next one correct. And now I know that.