Workers will soon enter the tomb of Jesus — and repair the ‘Holy Stone’ with titanium boltsBreaking News
tags: Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Work has begun to save the holiest shrine in Christendom. It won’t be a simple patch-and-paint job.
This is the alpha and omega of restoration projects.
They are going to repair Jesus’s — with titanium bolts.
Over the next nine months, a team of Greek conservationists will restore the collapsing chapel built above and around the burial cave where the faithful believe that Jesus was buried and rose from the dead after the Crucifixion.
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