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NOAH WHERE ARE YOU? — Sedrah Noach — Gen. 6 – 11, by Rabbi Baruch Cohon

NOAH WHERE ARE YOU? — Sedrah Noach — Gen. 6 – 11, by Rabbi Baruch Cohon      “The end of all flesh is come before Me.” That is the Divine message Noah hears when he gets his mission to … Continue reading

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TWO BRIDEGROOMS – Simkhas Torah – by Rabbi Baruch Cohon

TWO BRIDEGROOMS – Simkhas Torah – by Rabbi Baruch Cohon This week we will conclude our 9-day autumn festival. Starting with building the Succah to celebrate the harvest season, and continuing with the Shmini Atzeres holiday with its memorial to … Continue reading

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SOME “MAZEL” FOR SUCCOTH –by Rabbi Baruch Cohon

SOME “MAZEL” FOR SUCCOTH –by Rabbi Baruch Cohon My friend and former colleague Rabbi Meyer Heller used to feel sorry for the Succoth holiday which comes this week. “Succoth has no mazel” was how he put it. “People are all … Continue reading

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THE 41ST DAY – a Yom Kippur sermon by Rabbi Baruch Cohon

THE 41ST DAY – a Yom Kippur sermon by Rabbi Baruch Cohon Forty days ago was the first of Elul – Elul, the month of preparation for the High Holidays. That makes tomorrow the 41st day. But wait a minute. … Continue reading

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GOODBYE and HELLO – Nitzavim/Vayeylekh – Deut. 29-31, by Rabbi Baruch Cohon

GOODBYE and HELLO – Nitzavim/Vayeylekh – Deut. 29-31, by Rabbi Baruch Cohon Last week’s reading concluded the second of Moses’ Final Discourses and began his third and last public message to the Jewish People. Since we will read two sections … Continue reading

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