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What is Kaddish? Why do we say Kaddish and the connection between the living and the dead.

Insights into Kaddish

Insights into Kaddish

The Prayer Recited by a Mourner

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Insights into Kaddish: The Prayer Recited by a Mourner

What is Kaddish? Why do we say Kaddish and the connection between the living and the dead.
Rabbi Shlomo Yaffe is a frequent contributor of articles and media to Chabad.org, is Dean of the Institute of American and Talmudic Law in New York, N.Y., and Rabbi of Congregation B'nai Torah in Springfield. Mass. Rabbi Yaffe has lectured and led seminars throughout North America, as well as in Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Africa.
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Rabbi S. Yaffe Newton, MA September 25, 2011

Prayers Any one of the Psalms are good, in particular 20, 23, 30, 91, 121, 130 are good to recite at a gravesite. You also may want to click here for the traditional prayers recited when visiting the grave site
May you be blessed with a sweet New Year Reply

Michele Alpharetta, Ga September 23, 2011

Grave site prayer My dad passed away a year ago and I will be visiting the grave this Sunday, the weekend before Rosh Hashana, what prayer do I recite. Thank you. L'shana tovah Reply

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