Resultados da Pesquisa "Shabbat"
The Beauty of Shabbat
Shabbat comes around every 7 days, week after week. How can we turn our Shabbat into something special, something to look forward to every time? With this year's Shabbos Project only days away, Rabbi Orlofsky shares with us some words of inspiration in a fascinating and entertaining lecture on fleishophobia, Madonna and child education
Shabbat - An Intimate Date with G-d
Rabbi Benzion Klatzko illuminates us with a fresh perspective and understanding of the beauty of Shabbat. Just like a relationship between two people is at its best when both make an effort to dedicate time to give the other their undivided attention, so too the same applies in our relationship with G-d.
Coronavirus, Shabbat and The State of Israel
What does the Coronavirus have to do with Shabbat and The State of Israel?
Did the Pope Ask his Followers to Keep Shabbat In Order to Conquer the Coronavirus?
Social media has exploded over a viral video of Pope Francis asking his followers to keep Shabbat. Is it true?
Ki Tisa - The Additional Shabbat Soul
Learn about the impact of the 'Additional Soul' on Shabbat and Jewish Holidays
Anim Zemirot - The Portnoy Brothers Feat. Zusha
This tune and it’s words (which we pray the end of the musaf prayer on Shabbat) was taught by The Lubavitcher Rebbe on Simchat Torah in 1961 and has become hugely well-known since then. Enjoy
Chai Hashem: Animated Version - Featuring Benzion Klatzko and Pinny Schachter
Chai Hashem is another in a series of Shabbas zemiros that Rabbi Klatzko and the Klatzko family have composed to renew the love and spirit of Shabbat in their home. The animation is a fun way to remember how bright and beautiful our world is, where every animal has its own song to the Creator
Which Challah am I Supposed to Cut at the Shabbat Meals?
Why is it that we place the challahs the way we do when reciting hamotzi on Shabbat?
Which Challah am I Suppossed to Open at the Seudat Shabbat?
L’kavod Harav, Why is it that we place the challahs the way we do at Hamotzi on Shabbat?
May One Recite Kiddush over Beer?
How should one recite Kiddush on Shabbat if there is no wine or grape juice available?
Can I make Kiddush on Beer?
Dear Rabbi, What’s the deal with using beer for Kiddush? I hear all types of things about this, from “You’re never allowed to”, to “Some people use beer all the time - like for Havdalah”. Please clarify, thanks.
When one has a slip-up, sensitive people look the other way, pretending they hadn't noticed. However, great people take it a step further. Find out more in another inspiring story from Rabbi Kaplan's fascinating Impact series
Is Saying ’Shabbat Shalom’ Enough to Fulfill the Mitzvah of Sanctifying Shabbat?
Rabbi Nachum Chaimowitz explains how to sanctify Shabbat according to various opinions in Jewish law
Is Saying Good Shabbat enough to Fulfill the Torah Mitzva of Kiddush?
Rabbi, I came to learn in Israel and at Yeshiva we had an argument about the Kiddush Friday night, and some of the really big learners were saying that the mitzva of Kiddush today is only D’Rabbanon since we say beforehand “Good Shabbat” and I was arguing that I know for sure Kiddush is a mitzva from the Torah because my father was careful all the years to use only the big becher Friday night and never the smaller ones that he uses during the day, and he said the reason was because you need “ shiur d’oraissa ”. So maybe you could help me explain to these chevra what’s really right?
Must Vayechulu be said in a Minyan or by Two Jews together?
Dear Rabbi, I became very confused lately when someone said that “ Vayechulu ” at the Friday night davening needs to be said like aidut , which means that two people should say it at the exact same time; then someone said that it should not be said with two people but really you need to say it with ten like kedusha ; then someone said you can even say it with one – just don’t be mechaven for aidut . Then someone said that that’s why Chassidim stand by “ Vayechulu ” when saying Kiddush. What’s really supposed to be done?
The Shabbat Project 2019: Message from Chief Rabbi Goldstein
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Say "Yes" to Shabbat
Though the rules of Shabbat are many, its essence is one - to spend a day together with G-d
Shabbat Project: Challah Bake Tehillim Video - Watch
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More than We Keep Shabbat - Shabbat Keeps Us
The Holy day of Shabbat has always protected the Jewish People, and always will. Rabbi Eichler relates a fascinating story that signifies this powerful message