What do we do about sacrifices when there is no Temple?
Since the Temple was built, it has not been permissible to offer
sacrifices elsewhere; see Deut.12:13-14. When there was a Temple,
people who lived far away from it used to make pilgrimages to
Jerusalem on the holidays, or at least once a year, to offer any
sacrifices that they owed.
When there is no Temple we have no way of fulfilling any of the
Commandments associated with the sacrifices. But we aren't punished
for our failure to do so, because the lack of a Temple isn't our fault
as individuals (though it certainly is our fault collectively).
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