Synagogues are finding ways to remember how they grieved and coped.
Later in the post, the chaplain summarizes Peter’s message: “Jesus lived. You killed him. God raised him. We saw him. Say Sorry.”
Philanthropist hopes to raise $200 million for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital with historic voyage.
In a year like no other, with dining room tables turned into home offices, spiritual leaders would be wise to hire an accountant.
‘I have never experienced this amount and depth of pain in my 37 plus years in the pulpit,’ said Rabbi David Steinhardt of Boca Raton.
The scientists studied a Sufi practice, but rabbis believe it can be applied to Jewish prayers as well.
The researchers more broadly suggest that religiosity may promote better health in the face of overwhelming crises, such as COVID-19.
When more than 200 survivors gathered last year at the former Nazi extermination camp of Auschwitz to commemorate the 75th anniversary of its liberation, it struck Jonathan Ornstein that there were three days each year to remember Nazi victims but no day to celebrate the lives of Holocaust survivors.
At seder tables across the country this Passover, there will be an empty chair, not for the prophet Elijah, but for the Uyghur people.
“People have rallied around Israel. People are home and have had time to be a little introspective.”