Resultados da Pesquisa "Kaddish"
Wearing short sleeves during Tefilla
Question: I am in aveilut and I need to be the chazzan every day. During the hot summer I wear short sleeve shirts. Sometimes even in the winter my shirt is too tight to pull over the Tefillin so I also don’t cover it. Is that OK?
1. Nivul Peh 2. Olam HaBa 3. Gay issues
Dear Rabbi, I greatly appreciate the provision of this service. I learned of the organization recently and had the z'chuis of making a donation to the Lag B'Omer appeal. If I may, I wish to pose 3 queries: 1. What constitutes nivul p'eh? What words are forbidden? Are the "F" word or the "s" word permissible? Does it depend on context?. May one read literature or listen to songs that contain nivul peh, such as rap music, which I am mad for? 2. Do any of the texts (Zohar, Midrash, Gemara) discuss that which happens to deceased non-Jews? When one says Kaddish, lights a yahrzeit candle=, learns Torah, fasts or donates tzedaka in the merit of decased Gentiles, does it have any impact on the neshama ( does it derive pleasure, is it elevated to a higher plane, can it be rescued from Gehenna? Will non Jews be resurrected? 3. I informed the rabbi who superintended my geirus that I am gay. I was informed that orientation is not problematic. One must refrain from prohibited actions. Are any of the following permissible to a gay Jewish man: shaking a woman's hand listening to a woman sing being secluded with a woman I would appreciate any insights or referral to sources. I thank the rav. The rav and all Hidabroot staff, and subscribers and program participants should experience always health peace and prosperity and growth in Torah and mitzvos always. Lommer deleben Moshiach. Respectfully, Bill
The Minimum number to start Chazarat HaSh”atz
Shalom to the Rav: We have a Shacharit Minyan in our Bet Haknesset early in the morning. The minyan is very small, sometimes eleven men sometimes twelve. Most of the men attending must run off to work, however there are some people who come who pray Shemoneh Esrei much more slowly, and it takes a longtime to finish Shemoneh Esrei. Many members have to run out and become impatient waiting it creates a lot of tension. Are we allowed to start Chazarat HaShatz with less than ten men who finished and if so, what is the minimum?
Extra Oil from the Menorah
Dear Rabbi I ask what I should do with the candles that have already been lit and used for the Mitzvah of Chanukah--they are the gel oil filled candles and there is still some gel oil in them, Do I dispose of these cups or save them or the ganeeza since they are holy and have been used for a Mitzvah? Thank you Rabbi for your help and kindness in answering my shaila Thank you so much and Chanukah Sameach Today is the Yartzeit of my beloved father What should one do if Yartzeit for my father is on Rosh Chodesh and also Chanukah? Should one do Melava Malka after Shabbos, meal on Rosh Chodesh? These are festive and I don't know if appropriate for the Yartzeit of my father. His Yartzeit is today, Teves 1 and I am remembering him, will learn more and giving charity on his behalf.
Saying Selichot alone
I read Selichot after midnight alone in my house, and was wondering if one is permitted to say it alone and especially what should I say?
Visiting a cemetery on the day before the first of Elul
We have a custom to visit the deceased family members on the day before the first of Elul. 1. Is this a law or just a custom? 2. Can a woman come? 3. Should one come if otherwise there won’t be a minyan to recite Kaddish? 4. Does this help the deceased?
Saying kaddish after time has passed
I didn’t say Kaddish for my parents for many years What do I do
How Many Men do you need to Wait for for Kadish and Chazaras HaShatz
There seems to be different prevailing minhagim regarding how many men a tzibor needs actively responding Amen in order to say kadish and chazaras hashatz. When I was in E"Y, I was told that the minhag was to wait for 9 (the 9 respondents, and the sheliach tzibor). Then I go to America and I see the tzibor wait for 6 or 7 (I'm not too sure). Then this morning, I was the 10th man in the minyan davening and everyone waiting for me to start the chazarah. What is the halacha of the minimum respondents saying Amen, m'ikar ha'din? What are the most prevalent minhagim? In order that I should know and not hold up the tzibor.
Answering Amen to another Bracha that was Completed at the Same Time
There seems to be a halacha that if one finishes a bracha at the same time as another person, you don't respond Amen, lest it appear that you are saying Amen to your own bracha. Example: HaBocher B'Amo Yisrael B'Ahava, many have the minhag to not respond Amen and just start Shema. Is my analysis of the halacha correct? If so, if I finish one bracha, and someone else finishes a different bracha at the same time, can I respond Amen? Example, I am finishing the final bracha in Hallel, and the shatz has already made it to kadish. In the middle of a long bracha like the aforementioned one, can I respond Amen in general at the end of a sentence? Is it more chamor after you say Boruch Ata HaShem...? Should I only respond Amen Y'hai Shmai Raba and Borechu if I am in the middle of a long bracha, yishtabach, and the like.
Different types of Kaddish
According to my understanding, there are a number of different versions of Kaddish: after a Torah lecture, Mourner’s Kaddish, Chetzi (Half) Kaddish and Kaddish Shalem (full). What are the differences between them and, more importantly, why do we say the appropriate Kaddish for different circumstances?
Watch: Jews Pray at Kosher Restaurant in Barcelona during Terrorist Attack
Jews stood up to recite Kaddish & evening prayers at the besieged Maccabi restaurant in Barcelona during the terror attack last Thursday. Kiddush Hashem – Sanctification of G-d’s name
Aqui está a versão completa de: "יתגדל ויתקדש שמיה רבא...". כולל "על ישראל ועל רבנן"
Aqui está a versão compeleta de: "יִתְגַּדַּל וְיִתְקַדַּשׁ שְׁמֵהּ רַבָּא. בְּעָלְמָא דִּי בְרָא כִרְעוּתֵהּ וְיַמְלִיךְ מַלְכוּתֵהּ וְיַצְמַח פֻּרְקָנֵהּ וִיקָרֵב מְשִׁיחֵהּ...
Kaddish - Ashkenazi
Aqui está a versão completa de: "בחייכון וביומיכון ובחיי דכל בית ישראל..."
Seven Days of Mourning
My brother, who converted to Christianity, passed away. Do I need to sit shiva (seven days of mourning) for him? Can I say Kaddish for him (a prayer for the deceased)?
Forcer mes enfants (adolescents) d’aller à la synagogue pendant Chabat ?
Question Nos grands garçons âgés de 16 et de 18 ans, n’aiment aller à la synagogue le Chabat. Ils préfèrent passer le Chabat à manger et à dormir. Ils ont vraiment l’air d’attendre la sortie de Chabat. Est-ce qu’il faut les forcer à aller à la synagogue pour qu’il servent d’exemple a leurs frères ? Ou bien les laisser tranquille, l’essentiel c’est qu’il garde le Chabat ?
Jusqu’à combien d’années récite-t-on le Kaddish pour une personne décédée ?
Bonjour Rav, Jusqu'à combien d'années récite-t-on le Kaddish pour une personne décédée ?
Une fille peut dire Kaddish pour son père ?
Bonjour, Mon père est décédé ce vendredi. Il a laissé après lui, une fille, moi, et un frère plus jeune que moi mais qui est autiste. Il ne pourra évidemment pas dire kaddish, et donc je me demandais si je pouvais dire, moi sa fille, le Kaddish pour lui ? Merci beaucoup
Should teenagers be forced to go to the synagogue on the Shabbat
Our older boys aged 18 and 16 do not like to go to the synagogue on Shabbat and prefer to spend Shabbat eating and sleeping, and it seems like they just can’t wait for Shabbat to end. Should they be forced to go to the synagogue to be an example to their younger brothers or should they just be left alone as long as they are keeping Shabbat?