Monday, December 22, 2014 Kislev 30, 5775

By:
Rabbi Shmuel Jablon
Hashem has forgiven us on Yom Kippur. Then why, right after the holiest day of the Jewish year, must we seek Hashem's forgiveness almost immediately?
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An interfaith brew project is the latest joint venture for a local rabbi and priest who have found common ground in their love of beer, religion — and drinking beer while conversing about religion.
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By:
Orli Santo, JTA
A Brooklyn animal rights activist believes the tide is finally turning in her fight against an ancient ritual that involves swinging a chicken overhead before slaughtering it in a symbolic transference of a person's sins.
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Rabbi Shawn Zevit has left Toronto to return to Philadelphia where he's leading his first High Holiday services at Mishkan Shalom.
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Who's Sorry Now?
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Do we really seek forgiveness from those we have wronged? Why should we even attempt it? And when we do, why is it so difficult?
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Religious Events

Mon. Dec 22
Upgraded Listing
Center City Neighborhood
5:15 PM-6:00 PM
Tue. Dec 23
The Global Phenomenon 8th Day Live in Concert
Lubavitch of Bucks County
7:30 PM
Wed. Dec 24
Oy To The World Jewish Christmas Xmas Eve Party
The Collaborative
9:00 PM-2:00 AM

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