Study: Holy Water Unsafe, Full Of Bacteria

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Study: Holy Water Unsafe, Full Of Bacteria

Austrian scientists tested holy water from 39 sources and found that all samples contained high levels of bacteria and would be unsafe to drink, with 86 percent of sources contaminated with bacteria common in fecal matter and many samples containing traces of fertilizer. What do you think?

  • “That’s nothing. I once bit into a communion wafer with a razor blade in it.”

    Roberto Esteban
    Concierge
  • “This just means some people will get to heaven faster.”

    Adeline Ward
    Calcine Furnace Tender
  • “Okay, fine, I’ll drink it.”

    Jack Overstreet
    Electrical Engineer