Enter your email address to get our weekly email with fresh, exciting and thoughtful content that will enrich your inbox and your life.

Tractate Moed Katan

Sort by:
Tractate Moed Katan: (literally: the "small festival") Tractate of the Talmud that discusses the laws of Chol Hamoed, the "intermediate days" of the holidays of Sukkos and Pesach, when many work-related activities are restricted
"Nine Days" Siyum
The tractate of Moed Katan (literally: the "small festival") discusses the laws of Chol Hamoed, the "intermediate days" of the holidays of Sukkos and Pesach, when many work-related activities are restricted. The third and final chapter of the tractate dis...
Tractate Moed Katan
The tractate of Moed Katan (literally: the "small festival") discusses the laws of Chol Hamoed, the "intermediate days" of the holidays of Sukkos and Pesach, when many work-related activities are restricted. The third and final chapter of the tractate dis...
Tractate Moed Katan
The tractate of Moed Katan (literally: the "small festival") discusses the laws of Chol Hamoed, the "intermediate days" of the holidays of Sukkos and Pesach, when many work-related activities are restricted. The third and final chapter of the tractate dis...
Tractate Moed Katan
The tractate of Moed Katan (literally: the "small festival") discusses the laws of Chol Hamoed, the "intermediate days" of the holidays of Sukkos and Pesach, when many work-related activities are restricted. The third and final chapter of the tractate dis...
Tractate Moed Katan
The tractate of Moed Katan (literally: the "small festival") discusses the laws of Chol Hamoed, the "intermediate days" of the holidays of Sukkos and Pesach, when many work-related activities are restricted. The third and final chapter of the tractate dis...
Tractate Moed Katan
The tractate of Moed Katan (literally: the "small festival") discusses the laws of Chol Hamoed, the "intermediate days" of the holidays of Sukkos and Pesach, when many work-related activities are restricted. The third and final chapter of the tractate dis...
9 Av - Sunday, August 10th
Constant growth -- in this world and the next
The Arizal writes that the numerical value of ‘Dimah–Tears’ is 120, which in Torah signifies full life.
Browse Subjects Alphabetically:
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0-9