Monday, / August 2, 2021
Articles Filed Under “Lifecycle”
A Mom, A Torah, A Chuppah Ceremony
The thought that she would never get to stand with her son under the chuppah broke Elisheva (Irene) Solovey’s heart.
A Canceled Bar Mitzvah, A Heartwarming Wave Of Support
As Gedaliah recovered in bed, his phone sprang to life with a ping. "Mazel Tov Gedaliah!"
‘Yossi Tenenboim Day’ Celebrates Young Shliach’s Bar Mitzvah
Hempstead NY Town Supervisor proclaimed June 16 "Yossi Tenenboim Day" in recognition of 13-year-old's contribution to the community
Jewish Speed Dating Gone Virtual
One thousand five hundred participants sign up to meet their match
Travel Deals, Points, Miles, And a Jewish Burial
How anonymous points hobbyists helped complete the burial of Dr. Jay Goldstein
A Nation is Born
A family? A race? A religion? How do we define Jewish peoplehood? Does it matter? To Read The Full Magazine Story Log In Subscribe Subscriptions…
Rostov Rabbi Stops Cremation in Time for Shabbat
This past week, Rabbi Danzinger, Chabad Rabbi to Rostov-on-don in southern Russia, heard word that a man from his community passed away in Moscow. Being…
Four Brit Milot, Four Cities, Four Days
It was a whirlwind week for Rabbi Yossi Simon, director of the Chabad House of Golders Green in London, England. The rabbi, who is also…
Paying It Forward
The post on the WhatsApp group shared by Chabad reps described the situation: A young dad in some remote town in a province of northern…
Why Won’t You Call My Daughter Up To The Torah?
The prevailing myth of bar and bat mitzvah as being the finale of their Jewish education marked by the memorization and chanting of a Torah…
Mental Health Support and Memorial in Mineola
Rabbi Anchelle Perl has officiated at what he called “an inordinate amount” of funerals since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Four Babies And An 11-Year-Old Brit in Hong Kong
Community navigates pandemic regulations to import mohel from Israel
Hanover, Germany: A Tragedy and a Choice
Fifteen years ago, Zev Iluz’s phone rang. The Israeli expat had settled in Hanover, Germany, to escape the pressures of life in Israel. He wanted…
A Final Passage, From China to Israel
A Jewish man dies alone in Suzhou, China. Chabad engages an international effort to prevent cremation and bring his body for burial to Israel. To…
Emerging From Lockdown, Romance Returns to Rome
With a tragic national death toll of 34,000, these moments of joy are particularly poignant for the Jewish community of Rome.
When Jewish Life Goes Viral: What a Wedding!
In this multimedia mini-series, we look at Chabad’s response to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on Jewish life events. In this, part two, we…
When Jewish Life Goes Viral: Home for Shabbat
In this multimedia mini-series, we look at Chabad’s response to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on Jewish life events. In this, part one, we…
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