[German Version] is the designation in Catholic church law for the practice, generally not allowed, of celebration of the Eucharist twice in the same day by the same priest. The local ordinary can permit bination or trination (c. 905
CIC). In relation to the rule of sobriety (c. 919 § 2
CIC) and mass stipends (c. 951 § 1
CIC), special regulations hold. Bination is permitted at Easter and Maundy Thursday, trination at Christmas and All Souls' Day. Wilhelm Rees Bibliography É. Jombarth,
DDC 2, 1937, 889–898 C. Holböck,
Die Bination, 1941 K. Lüdicke,
MKCIC, 1985, 905 A. Heinz,
LTK 3 II, 1994, 462.