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Rabbi Moshe New heads the Montreal Torah Center. He is sought out lecturer on Kabbalah and its relevance in our lives today.

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The reason for the change of clothes worn by the Kohen when clearing the Mizbeach (altar), and its inspiring and personal message. (Based on Likutei Sichos vol. 37 Tzav)
An analysis of the final chapter of Hilchos Beis Habechirah, which details the design of the Beis Hamikdosh, leaves us with a deeply moving insight into what transforms a house into a home. (Based on Likkutei Sichos vol. 21 Vayakhel sicha 1)
An analysis of the Torah’s command to contribute the materials necessary for the construction of the Mishkan (Sanctuary), leads to a novel appreciation of the role of the recipient of beneficence.
A deeper look at Torah’s enigmatic prohibition of mixing meat and milk sheds new light on life in the womb and after birth as a metaphor for the arduous journey towards personal and collective redemption. (Based on the Maamar Va’eira 5724 and other source...
An analysis of the Code of Jewish Law’s treatment of Purim Katan – the Minor Purim observed in a leap year – reveals the nature of joy at its most sublime state.
Explore the five levels of the soul and discover how we access the deepest level on this holiest day of the entire year.
Join thousands in song and reflection, as we take a soul journey inspired by traditional High Holiday tunes, and a powerful and intimate talk about the significance of Yom Kippur.
The Torah's View on Dating and a Jewish Wedding
From the first date through smashing the glass, Judaism has a lot of wisdom to share when it comes to marriage. In this course we look at the Torah’s perspective on dating, soulmates, and the Jewish wedding ceremony. Whether you’re happily married or stil...
The Final Days of Passover
A deeper look at the significance of the crossing of the Red Sea following the Exodus and the crossing of the ‘River’ with the arrival of Moshiach, prophesied by Isaiah.
A deeper look at the story of Purim whereby a number of ostensibly incidental details provide the clues to an amazing discovery.
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