It is not enough to hope for redemption, we must be the catalyst for it. Our job is to make sure we can answer the call of ayeka, where are you? Are you taking responsibility?
Learn the Book of Ruth like you never have before and discover why it's read on Shavuot.
Chag Sameach-Happy Shavuout!
Thoughts on the holy chag of Lag Ba'Omer.
What do the fires of Lag B'Omer signify?
The house is clean. The last bit of chametz has been burned. What happens next?
We have great difficulty accepting our role as Victor, rather than Victim. We apologize for how well our country functions, for our victories, and for our stubborn refusal to roll over and die.
Today, over half of world Jewry resides in Israel. Despite wars, terrorism, economic boycotts, and isolation by detractors, Israel continues to thrive-- the realization of visions foretold long ago
With all the talk today about immigration, we asked some ofour rabbanim to answer the following question...
Whether you decide to go formal and proper or playful and laid back, just remember that Pesach is all about transmitting a powerful legacy from one generation to the next.
A halakhic perspective on the Exodus
Some history, some fun facts, some Halacha and... Next Year in Jerusalem
This is one of those posts that falls into the category of “If only I had the power to……..”
Open your eyes. Read and absorb the Haggada and realize, at the end of the seder, when we say “Next Year in Jerusalem,” we commemorate not just the Pesach of the past, but the Pesach of the present!
Rules, halachot, laws and history for Purim. Have a Happy Purim!
Considering the menorah through history. What is its meaning?
A new tune for Maoz Tzur-Happy Chanuka!
A joyful and Happy Chanukah to all from your friends at The Jewish Press Online.
The Hebrew word Chanukah means "dedication." When the Greeks challenged Jewish life, a few courageous Jews took to the hills of Judea in open revolt against this threat.
Sukkot has played a key role in the reconstruction of the Jewish Homeland and the ingathering of Jews – and their transition - to the Land of Israel.
Yom Kippur’s focus on forgiveness highlights humility, fallibility, soul-searching faith, compassion, thoughtfulness, being considerate, accepting responsibility and magnanimity.
We are humans. We have failings. We make mistakes. It is how Hashem created us. But, we have also been given a wonderful gift: Teshuva/repentance.
On Rosh Hashanah, one is expected to plan a spiritual and behavioral road map for the entire year. So when one hears the shofar blow,the trip begins
In every generation, the shofar blow is not like other sounds. Those sounds we listen to with our ears, but to the shofar we listen with our souls. ALL Jews always thirst for this cry of longing.