Italian Inventor Luciano Marabese has come up with a more sanitary way for churchgoers to get their holy water.
Traditionally, Catholics dip their hands in a communal bowl of holy water and make the sign of the cross. But with the threat of swine flu this ritual has become riskier. Marabese’s holy water dispensers work like soap dispensers in a public restroom.
What’s so holy about the water if it can’t even stop the spread of germs?