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Disposal of rosary beads

Is there a proper way of disposing rosary beads?
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Originally Posted by PoundingMetal View Post
Is there a proper way of disposing rosary beads?
Bury them.

Or send the to me. I repair/distribute them to the Mission, etc.

Or...leave them ay your local Catholic Church. Someone will rescue them.
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Originally Posted by Michie View Post
Bury them.

Or send the to me. I repair/distribute them to the Mission, etc.

Or...leave them ay your local Catholic Church. Someone will rescue them.
That's what I was going to say.
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Thats cool!

I didn't know that.

The only thing I know how to properly dispose of is holy water. And it's not really disposing. it's more like what to do if you spill it.

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burial with prayers and blessings is the custom of the hebrews and jews of when scrolls become too old for use. i never thought of it before with the rosary beads in the same context... interesting...

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edit to add,

buried in a wooden box
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Originally Posted by stone View Post
burial with prayers and blessings is the custom of the hebrews and jews of when scrolls become too old for use. i never thought of it before with the rosary beads in the same context... interesting...

*oyea, im new round these parts so don't shoot me*
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