Judaism's foundational prayer calls on us not merely to listen, but to remember that there is one force of connection uniting us all.
These are among Judaism’s most comforting words.
This blessing is traditionally recited upon doing something for the first time.
It helps to know what lies behind the muted bindings and the denominational labels of today's wide array of possibilities.
A healing prayer for when a loved one is suffering.
What you need to know about this Jewish prayer recited in memory of the dead.
An affirmation of God’s singularity, its daily recitation is regarded by traditionally observant Jews as a biblical commandment.
An overview of the texts that guide Jewish worship.
A guide to the prayerbook and the standard service.
In Judaism, it is the journey, not the destination, that matters.
Prayer is not a statement of belief, but a literary creation -- with all the power, nuance and complexity of literary creations.
Why does the prayer recited on Hanukkah fail to make any mention of the holiday's central miracle?