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Discussions on Prayer (Video-HD)
We spend much time each day reciting the words of the siddur. Join us to enhance your prayers and become more proficient in understanding and mastering the prayer liturgy. This comprehensive series on Tefillah explores the special meaning embedded in the text of our prayers—elucidating, step by step, the words, structure, and progression of the siddur.
Talmud Yerushalmi – OU Torah
Rabbi Yosef Grossman on Talmud Yerushalmi
Netiv.net - Weekly Torah Class
The audio from our weekly Torah Classes at Netiv Center for Torah study in Houston Texas. www.netiv.net
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Weekly Shiur for Women by Rabbi Aaron Cohen
Rabbi Cohen's shiur for women is given Wednesday mornings from 9:15 - 10:00 for women in the downstairs beis medrash at the Tif: 180 Passaic Avenue, Passaic, NJ
Brit Ahm Messianic Syngague
Weekly and High Holy Days Sermons
Rabbi Solomon Weinberger, Rabbi Emeritus of Tifereth Israel - Shiurim
Shiurim given by Rabbi Solomon Weinberger, Rabbi Emeritus of Congregation Tifereth Israel of Passaic, New Jersey. Includes Rabbi Weinberger's Sunday Morning Parsha Shiur.
Schmoozer (Audio Edition)
Schmoozer is the first video podcast of JCast Network. Join host Aaron Herman as he hits the street and interviews interesting people doing interesting things. Subscribe to gain access to his myriad adventures. (Audio Edition)
Sefer HaTanya – OU Torah
Rabbi Benzion Twerski of Milwaukee has begun a series on Sefer HaTanya, the classic Chassidic work, authored by his ancestor Rebbe Shneur Zalman of Liadi. It uniquely incorporates seforim from the entire breadth of sifrei Avodah and Chassidus. His novel approach to this classic sefer meets the need for a contemporary, relevant and comprehensive look at the timeless words of the Baal Hatanya.
This Weeks Torah
Most shows on JCast Network provide new content each week, but the annual torah cycle continues year after year, and the content that's created can be as useful even a few years later. Enjoy the content of this podcast and blog as it changes each week.