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When I am eating a meal at home alone, I tend to read biographies of gedolim while eating.  Recently, I was reading an ArtScroll biography concerning Rav Meir Shapiro, ztl,...

The Torah gives us a special promise that during Shmitta and Yovel the supply of fruit will be sufficient even though work in the fields may not be done during...

I. Lower East Side Dispute The question has arisen numerous times whether a community may buy a church building to be used as a synagogue. In the 1850’s, such a question...

The period between Pesach and Shavuos contains a mourning period–different days depending on one’s custom–during which certain joyous behaviors are forbidden (commonly called Sefirah because this period also includes the...

In our Friday night Kiddush, we intone, “Ki vo shabbas mikol melachto asher bora Elokim laasos – For on the Shabbos day Hashem rested from all the work which He...

 In the end of Parshas Shmini, Perek Yud, Posuk Yud, the posuk teaches us that Hashem said we should differentiate between the holy and mundane. The Remah quotes the Rashba...

   In the end of Parshas Shmini, Perek Yud, Posuk Yud, the posuk teaches us that Hashem said we should differentiate between the holy and mundane. The Remah quotes the Rashba discussing...

There is an unusual formula used in the format of the Haggadah.  It is revealed to us at the end of Tractate Pesachim [116a], where it states, “Maschil b’gnus u’masayim...