Kaddish Text Of The Burial Kaddish
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- Mother Of The Gods And The Father Of The Gael
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- Select Cross-Cultural and Historical Personifications of Death
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- The Celtic Vedic Connection, Part I
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- Why 'Shaming' Get Refusers is Shameful
- No one should give Gez a seat in synagogue, call him up to the Torah, allow him to say kaddish (the mourner's prayer), or even ask him how he is.
- The sacred flaw in “Son of Saul”
- And so, he looks for a rabbi to say Kaddish (the traditional Jewish prayer for the dead) for his son, and to preside over the burial. Herein lies the flaw — and it is a common flaw. in fact, technically, you don't need a rabbi to say Kaddish.
- Slain soldier's father: 'I never imagined I would say kaddish for you'
- David Gelman never thought he would find himself reciting the mourner's prayer for his son.
- Faith in Focus: Mourning the death of a loved one
- At the grave, the coffin is lowered into the grave, traditional prayers are recited, and then all mourners recite the Kaddish prayer. After this prayer, the mourners, starting with immediate family, begin to fill the grave.
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