LOL, not exactly what I was trying to say, but funny still. The point I’m making is getting things Blessed does not give extra special powers to them.
“It doesn’t mean it becomes a lucky charm. The priestly Blessing is merely a way of showing gratitude to God for his divine grace and putting these Blessed items under his watchful care.” “Holy water reminds the owner that the Blessed item is now reserved for sacred use (to enhance prayer life for example) and shouldn’t be used for profane (nonreligious) use.”
“Blessings aren’t magical, but Blessings do change an object into a sacramental, which means that it’s a reminder of God’s Grace and generosity and, particularly when used in conjunction with prayer, invokes God’s Blessing on all who use it.”
Quotes by Rev John Trigilio Jr. PhD, ThD (Priest, Pastor, Ewtn co-host of council of faith and President of the com fraternity of Catholic Clergy)
Rev Kenneth Brighenti, PhD (Priest, Pastor, Ewtn co-host, and managing editor of Sapienta magazine)
So I guess maybe I’m wrong!!! I’m not sure, but I’m still wearing my Rosary and my Brown Scapular, as I believe the Holy Mother asked.
QUOTE=Debra Taylor;12221633]By all means have your Harley blessed, but then use it’s purpose for the glory of God, you may be surprised by where it takes you!