This is a little off topic, but I just noticed your signature. Do you know what the word you've capitalised actually means? I feel that you probably don't as your need to capitalise it makes me think that you believe it will convince us that Roman Catholicism is correct. Unfortunately for the point you appear to be trying to make, it is Orthodoxy that is the truly Catholic faith, passing as it does the test of St. Vincent of Lerins. Roman Catholicism cannot claim the same, I'm afraid. You'll also note that we often call the Church the Holy Orthodox Catholic Church and use said word in the Creed - it is not the exclusive property of the RCC.
Slightly more on topic (just so as I can't be accused of completely derailing your thread), I have a bottle of Holy Water from the monastery of St. John the New in Suceava (see avatar for icon - the monastery's in the background). I've had it for about a year now and it's still completely clear. I agree with you, however, that this has very little bearing on its holiness.