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Yom Kippur – The Day of Atonement

Yom Kippur

To many Jewish people, Yom Kippur is the most important Jewish holiday. It occurs at the end of Aseret Yemei Teshuva, the ten days after Rosh Hashanah, and is known as a day of atonement. As a matter of fact, the name literally means “Day of Atonement” in Hebrew. As with Rosh Hashanah and Aseret […]

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Interlinear Viduy

by Rabbi Menachem Davis An interlinear translation of the Yom Kippur viduy with overview commentary and insights based on Chazal & the classic commentators(32 Pages) 5.5′x8.5′ Publisher: ArtScroll, 2008

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Rinas Chaim

Rinas Chaim

Understanding the Tefilof of the Yamim Noraimby Rabbi Chaim FriedlanderEdited by Rabbi Naftoli Elzas and Rabbi David KahnTranslated by: Rabbi Boruch Kalinsky The mashgiach of the Ponevezh Yeshiva, left behind a precious legacy of writings and teachings, published in Hebrew as Sifsei Chaim. Now, for the first time in translation, the Mashgiachs collected shiurim on […]

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Moments of Transcendence

Moments of Transcendence

Inspirational Readings for Yom KippurEdited by Rabbi Dov Peretz Elkins Collection of readings, poems, prayers, and insights designed for the modern reader to enter the spirit of the Day of Atonement in a personal and relevant way. The readings embellish and elaborate on the central themes of the Yom Kippur liturgy and tradition: sin, forgiveness, […]

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Rosh Hashanah Readings

Rosh Hashanah Readings

Inspiration, Information, ContemplationEdited by Rabbi Dov Peretz Elkins A powerful collection of writings about Rosh Hashanah that will add depth and holiness to your experience of the spiritual New Year. This compelling companion to Yom Kippur Readings helps create a bridge between the words of our ancestors and the meanings, themes and ideas that are […]

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The Companion Guide to the Yom Kippur Prayer Service

The Companion Guide to the Yom Kippur Prayer Service

by Moshe I Sorscher This reader-friendly guide is designed to use alongside the Yom Kippur prayer book, the corresponding page numbers of four of the most popular traditional Hebrew/English machzors are indicated throughout this guide. Includes short descriptions as well as transliteration of the most important and well known prayers and hymns. Let this guide […]

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Sfas Emes Days of Awe

Sfas Emes Days of Awe

Insights on Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippurby Rabbi Yehudah AlterEdited by Rabbi Yosef SternPart of the ‘Sfas Emes Holidays’ series. Rabbi Yosef Stern has distilled the incredibly rich discourses of the great Sfas Emes, Rabbi Yehudah Aryeh Alter of Ger, into enlightening English essays. Insights on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Publisher: Mesorah

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Tit’Haru! The Ten Days of Repentance

Tit'Haru! The Ten Days of Repentance

Teshuvah, Tefillah, Divine Justice, Free Choiceby Rav Avigdor HaLevi Nebenzahl The sichos compiled in this volume were given, over the years, by Rav Nebenzahl, Rav of the Old City of Jerusalem, between Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur. Ranging from in-depth analyses of Parashas Haazinu and its relevance to this period, to discussions of faith, the […]

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Viduy

Viduy

A linear translationby Rabbi Nosson Scherman A linear translation of the Yom Kippur Viduy, with overview, commentary and insights based on Chazal and the classic commentators.(31 Pages) 5.5′x8.5′ Publisher: ArtScroll, 1987

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Yom Kippur – Its History, Observance, and Significance

Yom Kippur - Its History, Observance, and Significance

ArtScroll Holiday Seriesby Rabbi Hersh Goldwurm and Rabbi Avie GoldEdited by Rabbi Nosson SchermanPart of the ‘ArtScroll Holiday Series’ series. This book is a selection from many sources, by several authors, each contributing nuggets that will enrich the reader in many ways: The Overview presents an understanding of Yom Kippur’s unique function;The insights provide a […]

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Yom Kippur Readings

Yom Kippur Readings

Inspiration, Information, ContemplationEdited by Rabbi Dov Peretz Elkins A powerful collection of writings about Yom Kippur that will add spiritual depth and holiness to your experience of the Day of Atonement. As Rosh Hashanah ends and you look ahead to Yom Kippur, what do you think about? The familiar melody of Kol Nidre? The long […]

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