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Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School Announces Launch of YCTorah Virtual Library

Posted on November 1, 2016

October 2016, New York—Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School (YCT) announces the launch of the YCTorah Virtual Library, now available at

A collaborative effort years in the making, the YCTorah Virtual Library brings the Torah teachings and halakhic insights of YCT’s teachers and rebbeim to the larger Jewish community and beyond.… Read the rest

An Artisanal Judaism Grows in Brooklyn

Posted on October 27, 2016

Read about Rabbi Jon Leener and Rabbi Avram Mlotek‘s home-based, small-batch programs that take root in Williamsburg, as millennials search for authenticity.… Read the rest

Melodies and Moments: Shabbat as Conscious Living

Posted on October 19, 2016

In the rush leading up to this past Shabbat evening, Eliezer Lawrence was late to synagogue and decided to pray on his own at home before his dinner guests arrived.… Read the rest

May a Woman Lead Selichot and the Recital of God’s Thirteen Attributes of Mercy?

Posted on October 11, 2016

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

A Rabbinic Call to Support HUDS Employees by Rabbi Dani Passow

Posted on October 6, 2016

Wednesday, at Yom Kippur services around the world, including multiple at Harvard Hillel, Jews will read from the book of Isaiah:“Loosen the chains of wickedness, undo the bonds of oppression… The Lord will answer you when you call, saying, ‘Here I am’ if you remove from your midst the yoke of oppression.”… Read the rest

Rabbis Mull Whether To Talk About Politics On The High Holy Days

Posted on September 30, 2016

Will Rabbi Yonatan Cohen dive into the topics making headlines these days — among them: the roiling politics, the Black Lives Matter movement and immigration?… Read the rest

The Other Crisis On Campus

Posted on September 30, 2016

Rabbi Aaron Lerner discusses “the pronounced decline of Jewish identity and literacy in North America” on college campuses.… Read the rest

Women Leading Selichot – A Response to Rabbi Katz

Posted on September 30, 2016

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

Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz Can’t Stop Giving

Posted on September 28, 2016

Rabbi Dr. Shmuly Yanklowitz changes the lives of orphans. His interest in adoption grew when he and his wife Shoshana, who currently have two biological children, started trying to adopt five years ago. “We’ve always felt we wanted to give children who needed a home a home,” said Yanklowitz.Read the rest

Tikkun Olam Through Shareholder Advocacy

Posted on September 26, 2016

Read about how eJewish Philanthropy will introduce readers to three impact investing strategies: shareholder advocacy, ESG incorporation, and thematic impact investments. Rabbi Jacob Siegel discuss his impact on shareholder advocacy.

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