This week’s parsha talks about the need for taking care of our emotional state.
In 1862, the Jewish Messenger published a soldier’s narrative of Passover seder celebrated by Union soldiers in Fayette, West Virginia.
This week's parsha explores how we get things done.
An excavation found glass-making kilns dating back 1,600 years, proving Israel was one of the most important centers of glass making in the late Roman era.
Kagedan had always dreamed of being a rabbi since she was a little girl, but rabbinical school for women did not exist for most of her life.
In this week’s parsha we talk about the relationship between body and mind.
Half of annual requests in Israel for conversion to Judaism were received from Palestinians, foreign workers, illegal infiltrators, and illegal immigrants.
In this week’s parsha we talk about the importance of appreciating all around us.
In this week's parsha we talk about the value in living life with sensitivity.
A Toronto rabbi and his wife received a blessing from the pope as a wedding anniversary gift.