Jewish Mother’s Day

Rachel: Understanding Infertility: Part 4

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Rachel: Understanding Infertility: Part 3

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Rachel: Understanding Infertility Part 2

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Rachel: Return to Jewish Nature

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The 11th of Cheshvan can be called “Jewish Mother’s Day” (יוֹם הָאֵם הַיְּהוּדִית). This is the day of passing of our matriarch, Rachel. It is

Jewish Mother’s Day: Be a Natural Jew

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This Shabbat, the 11th of Cheshvan, the anniversary of the death of our Matriarch, Rachel is the Jewish Mother’s Day. The 11th of Cheshvan is

Why Jewish Mother’s Day?

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Rachel: Understanding Infertility Part 1

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Click here for Part 2 Click here for Part 3 Click here for Part 4 Although the Torah teaches us that there are four Matriarchs,

The Figure of Rachel, Our Matriarch

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Rachel’s Tomb (1891) Our matriarch, Rachel’s day of passing is the 11th of Cheshvan, which has been established as Jewish Mother’s Day Rachel is the

Mother Rachel Cries for Her Children

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Prayers at Kever Rachel This article is being published in commemoration of Jewish Mother’s Day on 11 Cheshvan, the day of Mother Rachel’s passing. For

Melaveh Malkah Shabbat Lech Lecha 5769

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