An Orthodox rabbi brought his congregation to a gay bar to show support after the Orlando shooting. He shares his story of how community transcends creed.
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.
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the 2nd Vatican Council to highlight the Nostra Aetate's transforming the Church’s relationship to the Jewish people.
In this week’s parsha we talk about the importance of encouraging compassion in our children.
In this week's parsha we discuss how to effectively communicate with our children.
Fifty-thousand people gathered to pray at Jerusalem’s Western Wall on Wednesday as part of a priestly blessing for Sukkot.
Nestled in greenhouses throughout the greater Baltimore region are hundreds of etrog trees with kosher etrogim.
Israeli Ag Minister calls for use of money, not live chickens, for kaparot.
In this week's parsha we explore the relationship between body and mind.
Rabbi Alper created the best joke to beat out thousands in the Joke with the Pope competition, earning himself the title of comedic advisor to the pope.