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The 15th day of Av is both an ancient and modern holiday.
Instead of assuming that humans can fix every problem, the prayer humbly asks God to bless creation again.
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In this Torah portion, Moses stresses to the Israelites the importance of keeping God’s commandments when they enter the Land of Israel. Moses repeats the Ten Commandments and utters the Shema and Ve’ahavta prayers.
August 13, 2022
Deuteronomy 3:23 - 7:11
Isaiah 40:1 - 40:26
In Parashat Vaetchanan, Moses "places" the Torah before the Israelites with a warning.
The sole remnant of the ancient Temple plays a role in observing festivals in modern times.
When and how will the dead will be brought back to life?
A colorful celebration of summer produce.
Using half whole wheat flour keeps this healthful alternative light and fluffy.
Monkey bread gets a savory, bagel-inspired makeover.
Jewish thinkers have long struggled to understand why the righteous suffer. Here are some of their answers.
On Tisha B’Av, Jews mourn the destruction of the Temple. But how much do you know about what it was really like?
This blessing is recited after the lighting of candles on Friday night.
Jews Around the Globe
The first Jews arrived in Sydney in 1788 and have been joined by successive waves of Jewish immigrants ever since.
Your questions about the Jewish day of mourning answered.
In his landmark philosophical work, The Guide to the Perplexed, Maimonides sought to put Judaism on a rational footing.