Saturday, / October 23, 2021

“My soul thirsts for You”: Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks (1948-2020)

The outpouring of tributes to this “gentle giant,” as one of his students aptly put it, offer glimpses of his captivating presence and the magnitude of his influence.

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