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«To rebuild [the Temple] or not to try?» by Fr. Jaki, OSB

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Jaki, Stanley L. 2000. To rebuild or not to try? (32 pp.) Royal Oak, Mich: Real View Books.

Fr. Jaki—a Benedictine priest and physicist, ordained in 1948—recounts the January 363 miracles that prevented the rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem with the support of Julian the Apostate and caused many Jews to confess the God of the Christians and seek baptism. Surprisingly, few have heard of these well-documented miracles. Its miracles are almost as impressive as those of Our Lady of Guadalupe.