"I'm having trouble with the past tense,” Rabbi Uri Herscher said as he began his eulogy for his close friend Rabbi Harold Schulweis, who died on Dec. 18 at 89. With about 1,500 mourners looking on in the main sanctuary of Valley Beth Shalom (VBS), the synagogue Schulweis led for...
Baking with olive oil: Rich brownies and almond and cranberry cookies
Jewish day schools in two US cities receive threatening phone calls
Presidents Conference meets with Erdogan amid Turkey-Israel reconciliation efforts
Nevada’s Democratic caucus conflicts with Shabbat
UNESCO recognizes Israel’s Aleppo Codex in registry of world treasures
Tag: Harold M. Schulweis
December 24, 2014 | 10:43 am
December 17, 2014 | 12:55 pm
February 28, 2002 | 7:00 pm
The conscience of the Jewish state has spoken through the recent landmark ruling of Israel's Supreme Court. It has taken an important step toward removing the pariah stigma from tens of thousands of Jews who converted to Judaism by the rabbinic authority of non-Orthodox rabbis, but...
January 15, 1998 | 7:00 pm
Abraham Joshua Heschel said that he prayed for one thing: the giftof wonder. He prayed for astonishment, for the capacity to besurprised. As he wrote, "I try not to be stale. I try to remainyoung. I have one talent, and that is the capacity to be tremendouslysurprised at life and...