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Religious Holidays 2014: An Interfaith Calendar (Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim And More)

Religious Holidays 2014: An Interfaith Calendar (Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim And More)

We live in a beautiful, diverse world, and almost each day of the year is a sacred time for someone, somewhere. We are proud to present an interfaith, inclusive religious calendar for nine major...
A Post Ramadan Lesson: Two Boys Forgo a Royal Feast

A Post Ramadan Lesson: Two Boys Forgo a Royal Feast

Rabbi Allen S. MallerOnce upon a time a King went out to hunt on a very warm day in the Fall of 2007. After a few hours he felt very hot and tired, so he decided to stop for lunch. His servants...
Sukkot 2013: The Welcoming, Glorious Jewish Feast of the Tabernacle Explained

Sukkot 2013: The Welcoming, Glorious Jewish Feast of the Tabernacle Explained

The Jewish Feast of the Tabernacle, Sukkot, in 2013 begins at sundown on Wednesday, September 18, and ends at nightfall September 25. The Festival of Booths, as Sukkot is also known, is observed from...
A Reflection on the Yom Kippur Liturgy — Repentance Through Acts of Righteousness

A Reflection on the Yom Kippur Liturgy — Repentance Through Acts of Righteousness

Ron KromishAs we approach the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, which comes at the end of ten very special days called “the days of Awe,” I am mindful of how much the...
Rosh Hashanah 2013: The Jewish New Year Explained

Rosh Hashanah 2013: The Jewish New Year Explained

Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is celebrated in 2013 from sundown on Sept. 4 to nightfall on Sept. 6. The Hebrew date for Rosh Hashanah is 1 Tishrei 5773.Though Rosh Hashanah literally means...