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Rabbi Menachem Posner serves as staff editor for Chabad.org.
She fostered Jewish growth in the Upper Midwest for 56 years with a special sense of caring
Mindelle Feller, one of the first Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries in the United States, who pioneered Jewish life in the Upper Midwest area for more than 56 years, passed away on Dec. 6. She was 75 years old. She was married for barely a month when she and he...
Examine texts by Talmudic sages, Kabbalists and Chassidic masters
It’s a story that has been told to children since time immemorial. G‑d tells a man named Noah that He is about to flood the world. Noah builds an ark for himself and all the animals of the earth, and they survive the deluge floating above the raging water...
The bar mitzvah ceremony celebrates a Jewish boy’s 13th birthday (on the Hebrew calendar) and his elevation to adult status in Judaism.
Harnessing smart technology to finish the entire Talmud in a year
It’s a tradition almost as old as the Chabad movement itself. Every year, Chabad-Lubavitch communities divide up the entire Talmud, each individual studying another tractate and celebrating a grand siyum when the effort is complete. Investment advisor Aki...
Marking the grave of the deceased with a gravestone is an ancient Jewish custom that dates back to biblical times.
Montreal native Jesse Galganov, 22, not heard from since Sept. 28; kidnapping is feared
Keeping Shabbat for Medical Student Missing in Peru
What do you do when someone you love disappears without a trace? Friends and family of Jesse Galganov, a Montreal native who was last heard from in Peru on Sept. 28, have been living that nightmare for more than a month now. At the time, the 22-year-old t...
A tower of humble strength, she focused on helping and serving others
Rebbetzin Nechamah Tzipah (Sophie) Goodman, a pioneer of Jewish education in the United States, passed away on Oct. 17 in Israel. She was 95 years old. She was the fifth of nine siblings, born in Boston on Aug. 4, 1922, to Rabbi Shmaya and Etta Krinsky. A...
Community joins in effort to assist Natalie Grumet
Within hours of her being shot in the face at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival on the Las Vegas Strip, a network of Chabad rabbis in Nevada and California began working to assist Natalie Grumet, as well as her husband, Jason Grumet, who had bee...
Visiting the family of a wounded woman in the hospital and staying for a press conference
As soon as word began to spread about a mass shooting in Las Vegas on Sunday night, the city’s Chabad rabbis were on high alert—ready to help, support, counsel and comfort those affected by it. As of Tuesday, the death toll numbered 59, with more than 500...
Chabad Rabbi Mendy Harlig speaks from the scene of the mass shooting
In what is being called the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history, a gunman with multiple weapons at his disposal, stationed in a high-floor room at a Las Vegas hotel, rained a rapid-fire hail of bullets on outdoor music-concert-goers Sunday night, sowi...
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