Sacred Seltzer

Sacred Seltzer contains 95% real holy water* and 5% alcohol.
*Blessed according to official Catholic procedure on March 31, 2022, in LA County, CA.

More info: SacredSeltzer.com

     Posted By: Alex - Tue Jul 02, 2024
     Category: Inebriation and Intoxicants | Religion





Comments
Blasphemy in can. Available at fine drinking establishments everywhere. (Except Vatican City)
Posted by eddi on 07/02/24 at 05:40 AM
This is exactly the sort of thing covered by: Do Not Take the Lord's Name in Vain. Swearing/foul language isn't seen as good, but it's not nearly as bad as claiming to sell God's blessings for a buck a can.
Posted by Phideaux on 07/02/24 at 08:30 PM
MiSCHieF has quite a variety of 'offerings' such as Satan Shoes and an Italian Handbag made in Italy, TX. MSCHF is an art collective and let's just say their collection plate isn't filled with small change.
Posted by Teri on 07/03/24 at 12:47 AM
Blessed according to procedure, OK, but blessed by an actual Roman Catholic priest? If not, it doesn't count; and if so, he's just sold away his ordination.

I've come across these Mschf guys before, I'm not sure whether here or somewhere like Hacker News. They're fun for a while and potentially interesting, but in the end, if you ask me, they try just a little too hard.

(Oh, and that website is dreadfully coded.)
Posted by Richard Bos on 07/06/24 at 06:32 AM
Apparently, if you have a cup of holy water at the bottom of a one-gallon bottle and you fill up the bottle with regular water, you get a gallon of holy water. I guess that's their recipe for the holy water in their seltzer.
Posted by Yudith on 07/06/24 at 11:34 AM









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