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Sharon Halpern

Sun, Jun 13

Private Family Service

Bousia Kinzbourskaia

Fri, Jun 11

Private Family Service

Judy Silberstein

Thu, Jun 10

Private Family Service

Iakov Miloslavski

Tue, Jun 08

Private Family Service

Alecsandr Nudel

Mon, Jun 07

Private Family Service

Adele Zosky

Mon, Jun 07

Private Family Service

Edith Kiraly

Mon, Jun 07

Private Family Service

Andor Roberts

Mon, Jun 07

Private Family Service

Tillie Margolis

Sun, Jun 06

Private Family Service

Isaac Bocher

Sun, Jun 06

Private Family Service

Edward Danziger

Fri, Jun 04

Private Family Service

Leonard Vigodda

Fri, Jun 04

Private Family Service

Sharon Halpern

Sun, Jun 13

Private

 

Bousia Kinzbourskaia

Fri, Jun 11

Private

 

Judy Silberstein

Thu, Jun 10

Private

 

Iakov Miloslavski

Tue, Jun 08

Private

 

Alecsandr Nudel

Mon, Jun 07

Private

 

Adele Zosky

Mon, Jun 07

Private

 

Edith Kiraly

Mon, Jun 07

Private

 

Isaac Bocher

Sun, Jun 06

Private

 

Edward Danziger

Fri, Jun 04

Private

 

Leonard Vigodda

Fri, Jun 04

Private

 

Eduard Gitman

Tue, Jun 01

Private

 

Gavriel (Igor) Pilosov

Mon, May 31

Private

 

Mourner’s Kaddish

Kaddish

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Kaddish Yatom (Mourner’s Kaddish) is a prayer in Aramaic in which the hope is expressed that God’s great name will be sanctified in the whole world He has created and the Kingdom of Heaven be established on earth.

Mourner’s Kaddish is recited at least once during each of the 3 weekday (Ma’ariv, Shacharit, Mincha) and 4 shabbat (Ma’ariv, Shacharit, Musaf, Mincha) services.

There are any number of customs relating to Mourner’s Kaddish and mourners should consult with the officiating clergy as to who says Mourner’s Kaddish and the amount of time after the funeral that the Mourner’s Kaddish is said.

As a general rule, Mouner’s Kaddish is recited for 11 months for a parent, and less time for other family members. There are many customs depending on the mourner’s community and clergy should be consulted with any questions.

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