What is the significance of these holy days for orthodox Jews, secular Jews and perhaps even for non-Jews?Read More »
The High Holy Days are Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and the days in-betweenRead More »
The Sh’ma, as it sometimes called, is the essence of Judaism, so why were so many non-Jews saying it? Because of one atrocious act of hate, a swastika painted on the temple sometime during High Holy Day services, because of that we were all here together.Read More »
As a rule, Jewish holidays begin at sunset the night before the first full day of the holiday. Traditionally, Jews aren’t allowed to work on major holidays.Read More »
The weeks leading up to the Jewish High Holy Days are supposed to be marked by self-questioning: What failings must I atone for, and to whom must I apologize?
A group of artists, writers and animators are hoping a cartoon goat may help.Read More »