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Kaddish: (Aramaic, lit. “holy”); brief prayer recited by a mourner or by the chazan
There seem to be several different kaddish prayers that are recited daily. Could you explain their differences?
I love my dad very much and I want to pay him the proper respect. Am I allowed to travel to the show if I know that I possibly won’t find a minyan there to say kaddish on his yahrtzeit?
Question: If a mourner said Kaddish at services and then drops in to another synagogue to help complete the minyan, does he have to say Kaddish again? Response: As a rule, if you have already said a certain Kaddish and are present at a second minyan, you ...
Question: I have recently been reading up on how to honor the dead. I really believe that I can benefit my loved ones in the next worlds by doing good things in their honor in this one. I recently found out the dates of their deaths, and my question is: C...
Many find it intriguing that the Kaddish makes no mention of the deceased. Kaddish speaks of G-d's greatness. What does this have to do with the one for whom I am saying Kaddish?
Question: I noticed that at the end of Kaddish as well as the Amidah, we take three steps back, and then say “Oseh Shalom,” a prayer for peace. It was explained to me that we step back similarly to how one would respectfully depart from a king. But why th...
Question: Due to my work schedule it is impossible for me to attend morning prayer services in the synagogue, so I plan on praying at home. However, I'm somewhat confused as to which specific prayers I should recite. I understand that some require a minya...
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