by Naomi Danis

Case #3 Sacred Fuse Box Closet

When my father died, I decided I was going to continue saying Kaddish once a day for the traditional eleven months and one day. By chance, a “Minha map” appeared in the mail at work from Agudat Yisrael, an Orthodox organization, showing offices all over Manhattan where a davener could find a lunch-time minyan. I’m a Conservative Jew, not Orthodox, but this minyan was my most practical option.

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The Mysteries of Sacred Space

The articles in this special section:

Case #1 Sacred Basement

by Shelly Fredman

Case #2 Sacred Tree

by Susan Schnur

Case #4 Sacred Wall?

by Susan Schnur and Sarah Blustain