Used with permission from Behrman House.
The Mourner’s , which expresses the hope that God’s name be sanctified in the world, is traditionally recited by the children of the deceased for eleven months following a death. The Kaddish is recited annually on the anniversary of the death, as well.
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Pronounced: KAH-dish, Origin: Hebrew, usually referring to the Mourner’s Kaddish, the Jewish prayer recited in memory of the dead.