The Tanya, the foremost spiritual text for Chabad Chasidim since the late 18th Century, could be the next big thing for secular self-help, says Rishe Groner in an article published by Tablet Magazine that is going viral.
Daily Archives: May 23, 2017
In honor of the approaching holiday of Shavuos, The Creative Corner Kids learned all about how a Sefer Torah is made and written, with a hands-on demonstration of the entire process from professional Sofer Rabbi Levi Ladaev.
As the nation of Israel celebrates Yom Yerushalayim, the day the Jews’ eternal capital was liberated from Jordanian forces in 1967, we pray today for our true return to Jerusalem with the arrival of Moshiach.
A second Crown Heights homeless shelter – this one catering to men, located on Bergen Street between Brooklyn and New York Aves. – has opened its doors after a judge dismissed the lawsuit against it filed by neighbors. Last week a different shelter – catering to families, located on Crown Street and Rogers Ave. – opened its doors as well after a court ruling.
An elderly Orthodox-Jewish man was viciously attacked Monday morning as he walked to synagogue in a Los Angeles neighborhood. The attack appears to be completely random and unprovoked. The entire incident was caught on surveillance video.
Chasidic Crown Heights is not immune to the opioid epidemic that is ravaging the country, says Operation Survival activist Yaacov Behrman. He doesn’t intend to sit idly by and watch it happen.
Rabbi Shneur Cohen of Chabad Manchester City Centre and his colleagues gave out hot drinks and food to police officers standing guard outside the arena following the worst terror attack in British history last night.
For the first time ever, the University of Maryland, College Park hosted an alternative graduation ceremony this Sunday (May 21) to accommodate 22 observant Jewish students who were unable to attend their Saturday graduation because it took place on the Jewish Sabbath.
A one person revelation narrative creates a credibility trap door. Rabbi Lawrence Kelemen lays out the 3 possibilities of how the narrative could proceed. His fascinating presentation leaves no doubt of the validity of Jewish history.