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Rabbi Yehuda L. Ceitlin is the outreach director of Chabad Tucson, and associate rabbi of Cong. Young Israel of Tucson. He coordinates the annual Yarchei Kallah summit of Chabad scholars, and was on the editorial staff at Chabad.org.
The rabbinic instruction to drink four cups of wine (or grape juicel) during the Seder are a framework for achieving personal freedom.
Queen Esther, the heroine of the Purim story and one of the greatest Jewish women in history.
“It’s just me,” she said sheepishly. “Will you still stay?”
Our synagogue was recently ransacked. It got me thinking . . .
Although Nepal presents its own special difficulties in coordinating the world’s largest Passover Seders – like a closed border that stalls a shipment of wine and matzah – Chabad-Lubavitch Rabbi Chezky Lifshitz says such headaches are well worth it.
Friendship Circle volunteers emerged from last month's annual leadership conference in West Bloomfield, Mich., energized in their work with children with special needs. At the meeting, they also elected a new slate of international leaders.
The Jewish community in Basel, Switzerland, celebrated the dedication of the new Feldinger Chabad Jewish Center.
Every morning, 10 Jewish men and women sit down to learn a portion of the Tanya with a Montreal rabbi. They just completed the year-long study.
In a visit with the family of the late Rabbi Shlomo Matusof, the Moroccan consul in New York praised him and Chabad-Lubavitch for building a network of schools in the North African country.
As hundreds of lay leaders join the International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries, one Canadian doctor and his family embark on a tour of Crown Heights and the offices of Chabad.org.
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