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Challah, a now typically braided bread eaten for Shabbat and holidays, is one of the most recognizable Jewish symbols out there. While many people can recognize…

While the process and meaning of Havdalah—’separation’, the process of formally ending Shabbat— can be traced to Jewish oral-law, the specific details and sources of Havdalah…

Havdalah, the cherished Jewish ceremony marking the end of the Sabbath and the transition into the new week, is a time-honored tradition filled with symbolism, prayers,…

Parashat Balak, found in the book of Numbers, presents a compelling narrative that holds important lessons for a religious Jewish audience. This parashah revolves around the…

Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is one of the most significant and solemn holidays in the Jewish calendar. Central to the observance of Yom Kippur…