How to Bury a Statue of St. Joseph for Luck
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If you don't already have a statue of St. Joseph, you'll have to buy one. You can find them at Catholic supply stores, general religious supply stores and online through specialty retailers. Take the statue into the back yard and dig a hole deep enough to bury the statue completely and cover it with at least 6 inches of dirt. Place the statue in the hole upside down and fill in with dirt. Some choose to say a prayer to commemorate the ceremony. When the house sells, some believe that the statue should be dug up to prevent it from re-selling again quickly. Others believe that by leaving it buried, St. Joseph will protect the house and its new residents. Most people take this superstition light-heartedly, but you might encounter those who swear by it.
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