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ominoreg ominoreg 66-70, M 16 Answers Apr 29, 2012

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There is such a thing to believers of Christianity,usually a Priest blesses the water.I always have holy water in my house and use it before praying.It is something you either believe in or not.

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I sneeze into a bowl of tap water and then say, "Geshundheit"

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you bless it

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no such thing,

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Yes there is. You put a pan of water on the stove an boil the hell out of it LOL

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Shoot a glass of water.

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Holy Water is water with a little salt added to it and blessed by a Catholic priest. It has been used since apostolic times to recall the water of baptism and to drive away the devil. In modern times, priests tend to omit the addition of salt, but the traditional priests I go to always add it. We bless ourselves with it and sprinkle it around our homes.

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Touch it with a Pure Heart and Mind.

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first you freeze it and then drill a hole and melt it, presto your Holey waterrr is ready

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You get a bowl of tap water and you say some magic words and WhaaaLaaa it is holy.

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you get it from the church

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You have a priest bless it.

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You have to get a Priest to bless it. And I THINK you add salt. THINK.

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I always thought there was salt in it too. When I was maybe 4 when I went into church and dipped my finger in it to to the sign of the cross I tasted it and it was salty. But thinking back it was probably because a hundred other people just dipped their dirty fingers into it.

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lol! I remember watching someone make it and I think they added salt. It sounds vaguely familiar.

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You can't make it. Only a priest can make it holy, by blessing it. I wonder if it can be tap water, or if it has to be from a special spring, high up on a special mountain.

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That's a very tough thing to do because as soon as you punch or shoot a hole in it, it heals itself.

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