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Does the date July 20, 1969, ring a bell? Buzz Aldrin kept things Catholic, even in space — not only was that date the first time America put a man on the moon, it was also the only time Communion (that is, the Holy Eucharist) was served on the moon. The U.S. government refused to publicize the supper at that point in history, according to Time magazine.