A blessing for wearing a face mask fills a gap in tradition, giving an inexplicably blessingless commandment a benediction like other sacred deeds.
There is something singularly evil about targeting the vulnerable. We are therefore to be eternally vigilant against this kind of foe.
There’s a lot at stake in the 2018 midterm elections — here are six issues to consider from a Jewish perspective as you prepare to vote.
From the Jewish perspective, the fact that millions of Americans cannot afford adequate health care is unconscionable.
The only way I know how to answer questions like these is to turn to my faith tradition for guidance.
Jewish Americans should be especially concerned about gerrymandering because it is immoral by our tradition’s standards.
Looking for the good side of the worst winter in recent memory? The snow has forced some congregations to meet in other synagogues, creating a bigger than usual Jewish tent.