Orthodox Union, Dr. Arnold Lustiger
Publisher: Khal Publishing
With commentary adapted from the teachings of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik.
The Hebrew Text of the Machzor, as well as the translation and instructions, is from the universally acclaimed ArtScroll Yom Kippur Machzor by special arrangement with Khal Publishing and the Orthodox Union.
The Annual Teshuvah Shiurim of Rav Joseph B. Soloveitchik zt”l were transforming moments for all who heard them. His penetrating insights, brilliant erudition and fully expounded sense of awe of the Y’mei HaDin, enabled everyone to gain a deeper appreciation of both the magnitude of the task of repentance and the path toward personal and communal growth.
This monumental work includes:
-Introductions by Rabbi Menachem Genack and Rabbi Hershel Schachter
-An extensive review of many of the hanhagos HaRav – Rav Soloveitchik’s traditions in tefillah – delineated throughout the Machzor and explained in a special section
-An inspiring commentary culled from many of the Rav’s enthralling, penetrating thoughts
This work presents many of the probing thoughts offered by Rav Soloveitchik in his shiurim, lectures and written works – distilled for the very first time into a concise commentary on the tefillos of the day, from Kol Nidrei, Maariv, through Avodas Yom HaKippurim and Neilah.
This Machzor will add meaning and significance to your prayers on Yom Kippur and its messages will continue to inspire you throughout the year.
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