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Jewish Holidays


Following a tradition instituted by the Baal Shem Tov, Jews all over the world celebrate the waning hours of Passover with Moshiach’s Meal

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By Menachem Posner

A parable:

A father answers the questions of his child and they are happy together, in joyful dialogue.

Then the child asks a question, a meaningful question. A question that provides a window to his soul.

So now the father must think deeply—not just for the answer, but to reach to the essence of this answer so…

Jewish Holidays


With suggested readings for each of the four cups


By Chabad.org Staff

Jewish Holidays


Sometimes it takes a three-year-old to alert you.


By Mordechai Lightstone

The Jewish Woman


We may have left Egypt and still be there.


By Karen Wolfers-Rapaport

Jewish Holidays


At a time when G‑d has taken away so many of the things we normally lean on to feel confident and complete, He is showing us that He trusts us to connect to the wholeness we possess within.


By Chava Isacovitch

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The Haggadah is said to be the most widely printed Jewish book. Throughout the ages, Jews have been holding Passover Seders using it. Here is but a small sampling of historical Haggadahs.


By Yossi Feller

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Loudspeakers and roving billboards announce availability in time for Passover Seder


By Aharon Loschak

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As more and more people find themselves home, Passover prep begins


By Karen Schwartz

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From the writings & talks of Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak of Lubavitch

Questions & Answers


Join Rabbi Shurpin for a fascinating halachic discussion of why the preferred time for this mitzvah is during the night.


By Yehuda Shurpin

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This year, the synagogue is closed, and I am sheltering in place due to
coronavirus. May I still say Yizkor?


By Chabad.org Staff

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Devoted educator was among the longest-serving Chabad emissaries in the world


By Avraham Berkowitz

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Sought to ease the Rebbe’s burden and facilitate his work however possible


By Chabad.org Staff

Questions & Answers


The short and simple answer is that another name for matzah
is lechem oni—“poor man’s bread” or
“bread of poverty.”


By Yehuda Shurpin

Jewish News


Helping people celebrate in the safety of their own homes


By Mordechai Lightstone

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Kindness abounds from behind closed doors, even though its streets are silent


By Sara Trappler Spielman

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3,000 patients are being treated at cavernous convention center


By Aharon Loschak

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We are not lost, just having a little trouble finding our way right now.


By Carin M. Smilk

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From London to Ghana to America, Shabbat aid a focus from students to the elderly


By Mendel Levin and Dovid Margolin

The physical universe is the meeting place where G‑d and man meet

– Hayom Yom, Sivan 8

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