Your Yom Kippur questions answered
In 2022, Yom Kippur begins at sunset on Tuesday, Oct. 4, and ends at sundown on Wednesday, Oct. 5.
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In this Torah portion, Moses concludes his speech to the Israelites, blesses Joshua, and instructs the community to gather every seven years to read publicly from the Torah. God predicts the eventual straying of the Israelites.
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Deuteronomy 31:1 - 31:30
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An easy, comforting one-bowl cake.
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