Chabad at Johns Hopkins Hosts 13th Annual Dinner

“Chabad’s acronym for Wisdom, Understanding and Knowledge and its central philosophy and goals are remarkably similar to the mission of The Johns Hopkins Hospital.” These words, spoken by Dr. Redonda Miller, President of Johns Hopkins, at an elegant dinner on a balmy November evening on the Johns Hopkins campus, underscored an unusual relationship.

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Lazar: Not Coincidence Town of Lubavitch in Russia

Chief Rabbi of Russia Berel Lazar highly praised the Russian people in an article published on Thursday by the Izvestia daily, a national paper. “A Russian person in his culture is oriented on love, kindness, openness,” Lazar wrote.

New Orleans Father of Seven Battles Cancer and More

Professor David Kaufmann has been overcoming cancer for over two years. After undergoing a perilous surgery in Texas, he arrived back in New Orleans with his family, finally ready to return home and settle down to a semblance of normalcy. Unfortunately, a nasty surprise awaited them when they walked through the door.

Video: Light of Chanukah Reaches the Outback

As the summer heat bears down on Australia, a small group of Chabad Bochurim are canvassing RARA (Regional and Rural Australia) in a Mitzvah Mobile, searching for Jewish souls and bringing them the light of Chanukah. Just two weeks into their journey, these ‘roving rabbis’ have already touched hundreds of Jewish souls.