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This Pure Holy Water was prepared
under the direction of the bishop,

from pure spring water, using the
proper
Roman Catholic rite and sealed in glass.


 3-3/4 ounce glass bottle                     $10.95  
 
What's in your 'holy water'?
      Did you know that:
Plastic water bottles are made of polycarbonate plastic, a polymer containing bisphenol A (BPA) - a hormone-disrupting chemical that has been associated with reproductive abnormalities such as lower sperm counts, hormonal changes, enlarged prostate glands, abnormalities in the number of chromosomes in eggs, and pre-cancerous changes in the breast and prostate. It also has been associated with obesity and insulin resistance.
Fonts contaminated with fecal matter and bacteria.  University researchers analyzed the water quality at 21 “holy springs” and 18 fonts at churches and chapels and concluded that people should not be drinking holy water. Holy water can be another source of infection, especially in chapels and frequently visited churches,” the study says.  Many 'holy water' bottles are filled at such places.
Not properly blessed.  Many priests  (out of ignorance or laziness) merely make the sign of the cross over tap water. Water that has not been blessed through the proper Church ritual is not true holy water.
Not blessed at all. Many bottles sold as 'holy water' are just tap water, not blessed in any way.