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Sheva Brachot by Leil HaSeder
Question: I am getting married this week Bez”H. By Leil HaSeder I will be by my future in-laws who always have e a large Seder with many guests. Do we say Sheva Brachot by the Seder?
Miami Chupah: "Tfilas Chupah & Od Yeshama" - Aaron Teitelbaum Production
First time ever! Miami Chupah! Members of the Miami Boys Choir singing at the Rockleigh Country Club. This will make you cry
Dear Rabbi In Halacha are we permitted to give a mourner a bracha or brachot during the first year of their mourning for a parent? I thank you Rabbi for your kindness and help
hi, My father is bh getting remarried in a few months. Both him and his fiance have kids. She lives in israel and is very religious, so is my dad. They are planning their wedding to be by the kotel. Are the kids from the first marriage allowed to be in the room while they have the ceremony under the chupah or do we have to be in a different room? Both my father and his fiance got divorced becasue they were cheated on so i heard that since we are happy for them to be happy we are allowed to be in the room in honor of kavod for our parents.
I understand that most Jewish couples get a civil wedding certificate before going under the chuppah. If the Jewish wedding has to be delayed (eg, the couple is having difficulty raising funds for a wedding, or it will be a long time before the relatives and friends they want to celebrate with can get together at the same time), can the couple live together as husband and wife before going under the chuppah if they already have a civil wedding certificate?
Sheva Berachot - a prece da HUPA
Aqui está a versão completa de : "אֲשֶׁר יָצַר אֶת הָאָדָם בְּצַלְמו; בְּצֶלֶם דְּמוּת תַּבְנִיתו.ֹ וְהִתְקִין לוֹ מִמֶּנּוּ בִּנְיַן עֲדֵי עַד; בָּרוּךְ אַתָּה יְהוָה, יוֹצֵר הָאָדָם"
Guiding Kallahs Dear Rabbi, I am a Kallah teacher in Joburg and I wanted to know what is the ruling for a kallah who for forgot to make a hefsek taharah eight days before her wedding, and she remembered only six days before? Eleh