Category Archives: Rosh Hashanah

354 DAYS AT A TIME – Emor by Rabbi Baruch Cohon

354 DAYS AT A TIME – Emor – Lev.21-24           You probably heard about the fellow who decided to become an atheist.  He left his family’s house of worship and turned his back on religion.  But then a few weeks later, he came back.            “You … Continue reading

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RINGS ON THE ARK by Rabbi Baruch Cohon

RINGS ON THE ARK – Parsha T’rumah           Chapters 25-27 of Exodus provide a description of the first Jewish sanctuary in complete detail.  All it lacks is a blueprint, and succeeding generations of construction-minded scholars have supplied that.  Some modern editions of the Torah … Continue reading

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WALKING TOGETHER IN 5772

Here comes a New Year, Rosh Hashanah 5772. The Torah calls Rosh Hashanah “yom t’ruah” — the day of the Shofar call. A sound we look forward to all year long. For all my readers, I hope and pray that … Continue reading

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CHECK YOUR CALENDAR

Want to know the date of Rosh Hashanah? Check your calendar. You know, the Jewish calendar. If you use one from your local synagogue, or from Bnai Brith, or like the one I have from Jewish War Veterans, it shows … Continue reading

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