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  • May a Woman Lead Selichot and the Recital of God’s Thirteen Attributes of Mercy?
    https://www.yctorah.org/2016/10/may-a-woman-lead-selichot-and-the-recital-of-gods-thirteen-attributes-of-mercy-a-response-to-rabbi-linzer-from-rabbi-katz/

    In the Name of God, Ruler of the Universe

    By Rabbi Ysoscher Katz

    Our Rosh Yeshivah, Rabbi Dov Linzer (shlita), was recently asked if women are permitted to function as shelichot tzibur (prayer leaders on behalf of the community) for the recital of the selichot (penitential prayers) and God’s 13 Attributes of Mercy.… Read the rest

  • Women Leading Selichot – A Response to Rabbi Katz
    https://www.yctorah.org/2016/09/women-leading-selichot-a-response-to-rabbi-katz/

    By Rabbi Dov Linzer

    I was pleased to read the teshuva by Rabbi Ysoscher Katz, shlita, on the issue of women leading selichot, a topic that I addressed in a teshuva last year.  Rabbi Katz’s halakhic argument appears in the third and final section of his teshuva. … Read the rest

  • Curriculum & Culture
    https://www.yctorah.org/yct-rabbinical-school/curriculum-and-culture/ Curriculum

    The goal of the YCT curriculum is to train rabbis to be talmidei chakhamim, poskim and spiritual leaders serving the Jewish community in different capacities. YCT rabbis draw deeply from Torah to engage openly the challenges that the modern world presents to a life of religious meaning, faith and Jewish identification.… Read the rest

  • CORE Semikha
    https://www.yctorah.org/yct-rabbinical-school/programs/semikha/ CORE (Center of Rabbinic Education) Semikha

    At the heart of our yeshiva and central to YCT’s vision and founding, our semikha program prepares Modern Orthodox rabbis to be talmidei chakhamim, poskim and spiritual leaders, serving the Jewish community in a wide range of capacities with compassion, sensitivity, and a recognition of each individual’s unique needs within the broader system of halakhic Judaism. … Read the rest

  • Jewish Daily Forward: A Chicago Orthodox rabbi reaches out to his Rohingya and Black neighbors
    https://www.yctorah.org/2021/06/jewish-daily-forward-a-chicago-orthodox-rabbi-reaches-out-to-his-rohingya-and-black-neighbors/

    By Joshua Flanders

    Read the original story in the Jewish Daily Forward here.

    In Chicago’s large Orthodox Jewish community, Rabbi Ari Hart stands out.

    As a leader at Skokie Valley Agudath Jacob Synagogue in Skokie, Illinois, Hart focuses on the roles of women within their community, inclusion of LGBTQ individuals, and other accessibility issues as simple as welcoming different styles of worship.… Read the rest

  • Testimonials
    https://www.yctorah.org/testimonials/

    “Rav Ari is a remarkable young man and has been transformative for our community. Can’t imagine what the past many months would have been like without his energy and leadership. Keep cranking out more rabbanim like him!” David Rubin, Skokie, IL

     

    “We couldn’t be more thrilled that Ari has gotten the recognition from Hillel International for the remarkable work he has done over the last three-plus years at Cornell Hillel.… Read the rest

  • Board of Directors
    https://www.yctorah.org/about/leadership/board-of-directors/Read the rest
  • Tu B’Shevat
    https://www.yctorah.org/tu-bshevat/ Danger! Climate Crisis Ahead: An Executive Summary

    by Rabbi Haggai Resnikoff

    Two years ago, when I first began thinking about having a climate conference, my student, now Rabbi Hody Nemes, a climate activist himself, noted to me that he was interested in finding answers to the following questions: Does the halakha (Jewish law) have anything to say about what kind of car he should buy?… Read the rest

  • #YCTInnovators: Kyle Savitch (’21) Is Helping Lead the Growing Orthodox Community of Harlem
    https://www.yctorah.org/2021/12/yctinnovators-kyle-savitch-21-is-helping-lead-the-growing-orthodox-community-of-harlem/

    Kyle Savitch graduated from YCT in May 2021. Now, he is directing his energies full-time toward Kehillat Harlem, his grassroots Jewish community, where he serves as the rabbi. He will be helping build the Harlem Jewish community thanks to a grant from Start-Up Shul.Read the rest

  • I’m a Rabbi With Mental Illness and I’m Done Trying to Hide My Pain
    https://www.yctorah.org/2021/07/im-a-rabbi-with-mental-illness-and-im-done-trying-to-hide-my-pain/

    By Rabbi Avram Mlotek (’15), for Alma.

    Content warning: suicidal ideation

    I live with bipolar disorder and major depressive disorder. As a rabbi, cantor, actor and author, that’s not how I usually introduce myself. But this summer I spent three and a half weeks at an in-patient facility tending to my mental health and that was how I usually identified myself.… Read the rest