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Fostering a Love of Judaism

“Whoever teaches her child teaches not only her child but also her child’s child—and so on to the end of generations.”  —Talmud, Kiddushin This desire to give her children extraordinary religious school experiences, like what she had growing up in the congregation where she became a bat mitzvah and was confirmed, is what led Lisa Morlitz, MJEd’17 on the path to the Schoolman Graduate School of Jewish Education. Let’s talk about… Read Article →

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Hebrew College Celebrates Leadership, Jewish Education, and Innovation and Annual Gala

Celebrating leadership, Jewish education and innovation, Hebrew College honored Louis Grossman, Me’ah’00; Rabbi Ma’ayan Sands, MAJS’93, Rab’16 and 2017 Esther Award recipient, Susan Ain, Me’ah’02, MAJS’11 at its annual Gala, attended by almost 350 people at the Back Bay Events Center in Boston. In an evening characterized by heartwarming and inspirational stories and narratives, the three were recognized for their exemplary leadership and commitment to Hebrew College and the Greater Boston… Read Article →

Seventy Faces of Torah Michael-Rosenberg

The Mitzvah Of Getting Dirty

Parshat Metzora, Leviticus 14:1-15:3 I am an unabashed lover of Leviticus. And not just the “Be holy,” “Love your neighbor as yourself” second half of Leviticus, but especially the “slaughter the cow…sprinkle its blood” first half. “Be holy” sounds great, but what does it actually mean? What am I supposed to do to fulfill this vague entreaty? But the first half of Leviticus, which deals with how to perform sacrifices… Read Article →

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Singing in the Dark: Leviticus and the Call for Social Justice

“There’s a part of the singer going way back in American history that is of course the canary in the coalmine. When it gets dark, you’re supposed to be singing. It’s dark right now.” Bruce Springsteen made this statement in 2007, but it is no less relevant today. Current events have brought to the fore and emphasized a dramatic sense of uncertainty, frustration and longing that exists in our society…. Read Article →