It was 3 p.m. on a November weekday when Frank Hebroni found out who had saved him.
In 1981, when Pope John Paul II named Jean-Marie Lustiger archbishop of Paris, Lustiger felt conflicted, even burdened: “For me, this nomination was as if, all of a sudden, the crucifix began to wear a yellow star,” Lustiger told a reporter at the time.
Heather and Kristen are saving this show right now.
In the middle of a very busy day, my sister’s toot was a good laugh.
Sorry everybody at home.
A delicious, traditional apple cake slathered with ooey-gooey, Manischewitz-spiked apple pie filling, topped-off with melted cheddar.
A bill introduced by the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee would link assistance to the Palestinian Authority to its efforts to stop incitement.
In 1981, when Pope John Paul II named Jean-Marie Lustiger archbishop of Paris, Lustiger felt conflicted, even burdened: “For me, this nomination was as if,read more
Much ink has been spilled since the release of the Pew Research Center survey on Jewish identity in the United States. Many have addressed a number of the findings of the survey, with varying degrees of concern.
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One father’s mission to encourage positive choices.
The first time I met Leah Esquenazi, she was nestled beneath a tangle of tubes and wires in her hospital bed at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
A vegetarian seder can offer special delights.