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Family Purity: The system of laws which govern Jewish marital life.
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The Making of a Marriage, Lesson 4
Mazal tov! You’re married. Now what? A cornerstone of Jewish life, the Mikvah has long been the secret to building a successful marriage. In the final installment of our course, we look at the mitzvah of Taharat HaMishpacha and how it can help relationshi...
Women in Jewish religious life
The mitzvah of immersing in the ritual pool known as a mikvah is the cornerstone of Jewish married life. With this mitzvah, women bring tranquility and harmony to their families.
Practical Parshah - Metzora
A textual analysis of the Biblical origins for the laws of family purity and mikveh.
Jewish Essentials - Part 6
What does Judaism say about marital intimacy? Introduce meaning and sanctity into your marriage with the beautiful observances of mikvah. This class is the sixth lecture of a six-part series titled ‘The Essentials,’ which introduces the foundations of Jew...
In the 1970s the Rebbe began a campaign to promote the observance of Family Purity in the Jewish community.
Rabbi Yechiel Michel Stern is a prolific author and rabbi of the Ezrat Torah neighborhood in Jerusalem. In the early 1980s, he served on Israel’s ministry of religious services, supervising numerous mikvahs in Jerusalem and across Israel.
To Rejuvenate the Jew!
Learn the profound mystical meaning and beautiful symbolism of the mitzvah of Mikvah and Family Purity, and discover how intimacy that’s graced by the blessings of marriage can be sanctified.
17 Sivan, 5740 • June 1, 1980
There are three fundamental mitzvot entrusted to every Jewish woman. Separating challah “from the first of your dough” shows that before benefiting from anything in this world, we “set aside an offering for G‑d.” By knowing that the beginning of everythin...
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