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To Lead a Jewish Life: Education for Living Part 1

12.06.2012
This program investigates the mechanisms Judaism has used for generations to disseminate knowledge and forge a solid connection to one’s heritage. Featuring a Solomon Schechter day school, and Camp Ramah Darom in Georgia, plus commentary from Jewish educational leaders. Produced in 2005 Coproduced with Catman & Mary.

To order the DVD of this documentary, go here: http://www.jtsa.edu/Documents/pagedoc…

To Lead a Jewish Life: Education for Living Part 2

12.06.2012
This program investigates the mechanisms Judaism has used for generations to disseminate knowledge and forge a solid connection to one’s heritage. Featuring a Solomon Schechter day school, and Camp Ramah Darom in Georgia, plus commentary from Jewish educational leaders. Produced in 2005 Coproduced with Catman & Mary.

To order the DVD of this documentary, go here: http://www.jtsa.edu/Documents/pagedoc…

Conversations on American Judaism: Proud to Be Jewish

23.10.2013

Chancellor Arnold M. Eisen of The Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS) speaks to JTS graduate Rabbi Ayelet S. Cohen (RS ’02), director of the Center for Jewish Living at the JCC in Manhattan, about the recent Pew Research Center study on US Jews.

Tending G-d’s Garden – Program 488 – Living 
The last discourse that Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok Schneersohn, the Previous Lubavitcher Rebbe 
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Three Partners, One plan – Program 486 – Living 
The Talmud explains that that there are three partners involved in the creation of a child – the father 
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Rabbi Yudin’s Weekly D’var Torah: Parshas 
Rabbi Benjamin Yudin, spiritual leader of Congregation ShomreiTorah in Fairlawn, New 
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Dvar Torah: Rabbi Mordechai Abergel – Inside 
Channels » Inside Chabad-Lubavitch » International Conference of Chabad Emissaries. Dvar 
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The Mitzvah to Study Torah – Who, What, When, and 
Torah study has always been the bedrock of the Jewish People. What are the parameters of 
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Killing off the Rabbinate won’t solve Israel’s Jewish conflicts
Haaretz
 Rabbinate won’t solve Israel’s Jewish conflicts. Israel’s Chief Rabbinate needs to be reborn as a mirror of the diversity of Jewish life in Israel – including the non-Orthodox – rather than being infamous for its dirty wars of succession. By Shuki 
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Interfaith Marriages: Are We Moving from Surrender to Celebration?
The Jewish Journal of Greater L.A.
Jacobs was not shy about his goal in highlighting these specific data – rather than talk about the fact that Orthodox Jews score higher on every measurement of active Jewish life. “The time is long overdue for us to stop using Orthodox Jewish practice 
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Maybe the Jews of Europe never really left Egypt
Jerusalem Post
Synagogues cannot become secular town halls in the name of liberalism, nor can they be allowed to be closed-off memorials with golden plaques, telling stories of Jewish lifelost. If we, the Jews in the diaspora, do not meet this challenge of survival 
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Between the Haves and the Have-nots, Snobbery Is a Two-way Street
Tablet Magazine
I prided myself on living modestly—even seeing it as a Jewish virtue. Then I confronted my envy of those who were better off. By Rebecca Klempner|January 21,  The nice things we did enjoy—pieces of antique furniture, a Swatch watch, a real gold 
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OU to present its annual Community Weekend
Sun-Sentinel
“The OU has a large network of synagogues in South Florida, and the weekend provides an opportunity for our constituents to learn more about the vital work of the OU in enhancing Orthodox Jewish life in North America and Israel.” In addition, the 
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A Mother’s Kaddish: Mourning for My Son, From the Women’s Section
Tablet Magazine
He woke up almost every day with a smile, eager to greet the world. An optimist by nature, the words “no” or “can’t” were not a part of his vocabulary. He viewed life as a series of opportunities to explore and experience. Although never seeking the 
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Rabbi certifies pope’s Vatican hotel kitchen kosher for a day as pope plays 
Vancouver Sun
VATICAN CITY – For just one day, the kitchen of the Vatican hotel where Pope Francislives went kosher. Rabbi Jaakov Spizzichino oversaw the scrupulous cleaning of countertops, the  The Vatican has hosted kosher meals for visiting Jewish delegations
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Poland poll reveals stubborn anti-Semitism
Haaretz
The museum’s exhibits show the Jewish contributions to Polish life during the more than 1,000 years that Jews have lived in Poland. Workshops for students are already underway. Radzik’s School of Dialogue also seeks to recover Poland’s Jewish past.
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