by Susan Alport Drazen

Who Will Be Her Kaddish’l?

The Way We Are

In the Jewish tradition, when a death occurs, children of the deceased are supposed to attend services every day for 11 months in order to recite the Mourner’s Kaddish. In most traditional circles, this responsibility falls on the son, on the Kaddish’l, the one who says Kaddish.

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