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Bar mitzva (bahr meetz-vah) — lit., Son of commandment; boy who has turned 13 years old and is now obligated to observe Jewish commandments
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Omer Period: Who Counts
Boy Who Becomes Bar Mitzva during Omer
Situation A boy becomes bar mitzva during the omer .  He has...
Bar Mitzva and Adar 2 Birthday
If a boy born in Adar 2 will be bar mitzva in a year with only one...
Introduction to Mourning
Introduction to Mourning
Who Is a Mourner A mourner is defined in halacha as someone...
Year of Mourning: Public Festivities
Public Festivities for Mourner for Parent
A mourner may not generally enter a hall of joyous celebration and...
Child's Dressing
A child under bar mitzva or bat mitzva age also gets dressed the...
SIDDUR GUIDE: How To Pray in Synagogue
Introduction to How To Pray in Synagogue
The synagogue ( shul ) prayer service may confuse the unfamiliar....
Kadeish: Making Kiddush
Everyone Must Drink at Seder
At the Passover seder , all Jews above the age of bar mitzva or...
From Funeral Home to Cemetery
Offspring at Funeral
Attending a funeral is a mitzva-- that of honoring the dead...

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