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Prayer for the Deceased
Children recite Kaddish for their loved ones’ departed soul. What is the meaning of Kaddish and how, when and why is Kaddish recited?
The Kaddish prayer is all about G-d, and says nothing about death or our loved one. Why is it that one of the most important things we can do for a departed soul is to say Kaddish? What is the significance of this prayer?
How to recite the mourner's kaddish with a minyan.
The essence of the Kaddish
The Kaddish response is meant to be said with "all the power of your mental focus." Here is a practical guide to saying each word with total mindfulness and focus.
How to Honor the Departed
One of the most frequently asked questions after someone loses a loved one is for insight as to what they can do to honor and uplift the soul of the departed. Jewish tradition offers guidance for the most significant actions that preserve our connection t...
What the Living Can Do for the Departed
Discover how we can assist, bring comfort, and form a living legacy for those we hold dear that passed on.
High Holiday Cantorial Classics
Chazan Aryeh Leib Hurwitz beautifully presents the traditional High Holidays rendition of the Kaddish the cantor recites preceding the Musaf Amidah, in which we proclaim and affirm the sanctification of G-d’s name and praise G-d Almighty.
How to recite the longer version of kaddish known as the "Kaddish d'Rabanan."
“Thank you to those who have begun new projects and institutions in the Rebbetzin’s memory…The Rebbetzin was educated by her father, the Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn. She merited that many Jewish girls carry her name and are educated in her spi...
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