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Tag: Chevra Kadisha
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“This is a universal thing that everybody goes through,” Rabbi Stan Levy emphasized during the 10th North American Chevra Kadisha and Jewish Cemetery Conference, a three-day event last month at American Jewish University. Appearing as a guest speaker at the annual conference,...
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A Jewish burial society in Australia is believed to be the first in the world to offer live web streaming of funerals over the Internet.
The Melbourne Chevra Kadisha has installed a camera at the prayer houses of the two main cemeteries in Melbourne, according to a report in the...
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