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Rebbetzin Of The World: An Interview with Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis

20 Av 5776 – August 23, 2016
"The idea of bringing people back to Yiddishkeit was inside me from my childhood days."

Remembering A Dear Friend: Rebbetzin Irene Klass, a”h

7 Tevet 5772 – January 2, 2012
What is it about a diamond that makes it the most valuable gemstone known to man?

Irene Klass

13 Kislev 5772 – December 8, 2011
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Remembering Irene Klass

26 Adar I 5771 – March 2, 2011
Before leaving on my yearly trip to Israel, I heard the news of the passing of Irene Klass, a"h. Irene Klass was a pillar of strength in emunah, bitachon, and love of mitzvos and the Creator.

Keeping A Watchful Eye On Her Flock

15 Tevet 5771 – December 22, 2010
"What's new?" It was a casual question, posed to me by Irene Klass when we met at a Jewish women's lecture during the fall of 1994.

Remembering Irene Klass

During my 25 years as an editor at The Jewish Press, I accumulated many fond memories of Irene Klass, a"h.

How A Conversation In A Pool Changed My Life

1 Tevet 5771 – December 8, 2010
I was deeply saddened by the petira of Mrs. Irene Klass, a"h, wife and daughter of Rabbi Sholom Klass, z"l and Mr. Raphael Schreiber, a"h, founders of The Jewish Press. Although our paths only crossed once - and just for a minute - that one very brief encounter had a lasting, positive impact on the quality of my life. The handful of words that Mrs. Klass, a complete stranger, said to me ignited a flicker of light on the gloomy road I was on, a light that was to grow stronger and brighter with the passing of time. Almost comically, this encounter took place over 25 years ago in a swimming pool at the Homowack Hotel in the Catskill Mountains of New York.

Remembering Irene

24 Kislev 5771 – December 1, 2010
I was in Brazil, speaking to the Jewish community of Sao Paulo, when the sad news of the petira of Irene Klass reached me. Many memories, many scenes, many conversations and experiences flashed through my mind. With Irene's passing, a whole era - a whole way of thinking, of values, of goals, of idealism - disappeared. Irene had a sense of mission and never allowed politics, petty jealousies or territorial considerations to influence her.

Legacy Of Unassuming Chesed

As someone who was intimately involved with the trials and tribulations of this newspaper for over a decade, both as a reporter and editor, I was privy to many of the fascinating stories that revolved around Rabbi Sholom Klass, zt"l, and his rebbetzin, Irene Klass, a"h.

Irene Klass: A Pioneer At The Jewish Press And In Life

Irene Klass, the cofounder and publisher of The Jewish Press, the first nationally-distributed Orthodox Jewish newspaper in the U.S., died last week. She was 94.

In Tribute

On Monday November 21, the 15th day of Kislev, at 11:00pm, Mrs. Irene Klass, the Publisher of The Jewish Press and Editor Emeritus of The Jewish Press Magazine section, passed away. At the same time, her daughter, Naomi Klass Mauer, was at the airport, getting ready to escort the aronof her husband, Dr. Ivan Mauer, to his final resting place in Eretz Yisrael. Mrs. Mauer wrote the following hesped for her mother while on the airplane.

A Life Of Triumph: Mrs. Irene Klass

When Rav Shimshon Raphael Hirsch started dating his wife, they realized she was four years his senior. She, being a good German woman, suggested that maybe they call if off because she was older than him. He looked at her and said, "Lady, for what I have planned I need a mature woman."

Mrs. Irene Klass, A”H

17 Kislev 5771 – November 24, 2010
It is with profound sorrow that we address the death of Mrs. Irene Klass - publisher of The Jewish Press, wife of Rabbi Sholom Klass, zt"l, the newspaper's founder and longtime publisher, and daughter of Raphael Schreiber, a"h, the paper's co-founder.

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