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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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A fascinating look at the opening and closing commentary on the first volume of the Code of Jewish Law by the celebrated codifier Rabbi Moshe Isserles of Cracow. An exploration of the different levels of joy, particularly in the context of relationships.
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 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...
The Making of a Marriage, Lesson 3
What is so special about a Jewish wedding ceremony? What makes it different from a trip down to city hall? In this week’s class we explore the mystical significance of the Jewish wedding. Join us as we look at the timeless lessons to be found in every ele...
The Making of a Marriage, Lesson 2
Do soulmates exist? And if so, how do we know when we’ve found the one? Join us as we explore Judaism’s approach to dating; what to look for in a potential partner, how to decide when one is ready for marriage, and what steps that need to be taken in orde...
The Making of a Marriage, Lesson 1
Nowadays, some might view marriage as a failing institution. Divorce rates are skyrocketing and broken homes are becoming the norm. So why bother getting married at all? In today’s class, we explore the cosmic importance of Jewish marriage and how it empo...
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.
The Rebbe’s Inaugural Address
An overview of the very first Maamar (Chassidic discourse) that the Rebbe delivered on the 10th of Shevat 5711 (January 17, 1951), signaling his formal acceptance of the mantle of leadership of Chabad-Lubavitch. This historic discourse defines and directs...
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