SERMON On Mourning and Lag b’Omer - Rabbi Ronit Tsadok
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After the tragic shooting in Buffalo rooted in White Supremacy and hate, we look to the Omer, a time on the Jewish calendar associated with mourning. The themes of Lag b’Omer offer some guidance on what our society needs.
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