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Passover Recipes: Lighten Up with Fish and Veggies I love serving light foods that are naturally kosher for Passover....
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Remembering Cardinal Keeler: A Prince of the Church The world’s 224 Catholic cardinals are known as “Princes of the Church.”  That title always seemed particularly apt for Cardinal William Keeler of Baltimore, who passed away this morning.  He...
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Remembering Cardinal Keeler: A Prince of the Church The world’s 224 Catholic cardinals are known as “Princes of the Church.”  That title always seemed particularly apt for Cardinal William Keeler of Baltimore, who passed away this morning.  He...
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Moral Grandeur and Spiritual Audacity: What Judaism Requires of Us 3/23/2017...
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Attack at Westminster: For London and England Author of life, Grant peace and consolation To the victims and the injured After the attack at Westminster, Where the heart of a democratic nation was attacked...
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Our Non-Traditional, Interfaith Seder: A Little Creativity and a Lot of Love When Passover arrived last year, I was nowhere near ready....
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My Daughter's Growing Pains Hurt Me, Too In the first biblical story, God creates the vast universe according to a specific pattern and order. On the first divine-sized day, God separates day from night and light from darkness....
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We’re All Responsible for Fighting Injustice As anyone with a Jewish mother can attest, guilt is a powerful tool. (Now that I’m a Jewish mother myself, I can crack that joke.) Its power often prompts us to act....
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6 Jewish Traditions I'm Including in My Wedding As I plan my wedding, I'm surprised by how often I've been asked whether my fiancé and I will be having a Jewish wedding....
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Pikuach Nefesh: Mental Health and Our Responsibility as Jews On day three (or was it four? Trazadone made evenings blurry), I realized that this wasn’t working: I was barely out of my mid-20s and found myself inpatient in...
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