Resultados da Pesquisa "Ketubah"
Double ring ceremony
Question: I am B’ezrat Hashem going to get married in few weeks to a wonderful girl. We are both Baalei Teshuva and we will B’ezrat Hashem build a beautiful home. There is one issue, our parents insist that we do a double-ring ceremony. They told us is important for the bride to give the groom a ring as well since it shows he is also bound to her. They will be terribly upset if we don’t. I don’t want to cause problems and bad feelings, is there any problem if she gives me a ring afterward just to make them happy?
Question: I was at a wedding of a relative and I was standing next to the Chuppah. I saw that Chatan by mistake gave the ring to his Kallah first and then said, “Harei At Mekudeshet Li.” During the reading of the Ketubah, I told the Rav that he did the wrong order and maybe he should do it again. The Rav told me don’t worry and left it Was the Rav correct or should I tell the Chatan?
wrong name in a Ketuba
Question: To the Rabbi: I was an Eid- a witness for the Ketubah for my friend Nehorai last night, but I think the Ketuba was passul. Now I know that that is what his friends call him in yeshiva. Before I signed the Ketuba I saw the Mesader Kiddushin wrote HaChatan “Moshe Meir Nehorai.” I have known Nehorai for many years and I know his first name is Moshe, because his family calls him Moshiko, and the Rosh Yeshiva calls him Moshe. However, no one calls him Meir. Yes, he signs his name on official documents Moshe Meir but I thought that was because Nehorai was a strange name and he just put Meir so it would be easier. I don’t think Meir is his real name so maybe the Ketuba is Passul. Should I tell the Chatan?
In honour of the Rabbi's Shalom! I hope that this email finds you all in good health. Why is it possible for people with psychopathic ideation to be blessed in abundance, even though they are aware of their actions and that it is against G-D and Torah, they commit horrendous crimes; adultery, living with their adulterer, no ketubah, immorality, Lashon Harah, psychopathic ideation to humiliate and cause extreme harm to other people, no regret for evil actions, no remorse for evil actions, They are successful in thier lives and have no worries. thank you in advance for your time it is greatly appreciated. Kind Regards
Pendurar uma Ketuba no dormitório
Eu queria perguntar se é permitido pendurar uma Ketuba do casamento em um dormitório? e ainda permitido guarda-la na casa do casal, ou deve deixa-la na casa da mãe? Gostaria muito de receber sua resposta. Obrigada
The Husband’s Obligations
What are a husband's obligations towards his wife according to Jewish Law? Rabbi Kaplan explains the reason these obligations are specifically incumbent upon the husband