Kol Nidre

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Kol Nidre:

see Yom KippurYom Kippur
[Heb.,=day of atonement], in Judaism, the most sacred holy day, falling on the 10th day of the Jewish month of Tishri (usually late September or early October). It is a day of fasting and prayer for forgiveness for sins committed during the year.
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This may be the strangeness of the whole halakhic system, law and passion juxtaposed, which Kol Nidre allows progressive Jews to hear and feel a few minutes every year.
The speaker in "My Soul is Dark" seems afflicted by the remorse the Kol Nidre prayer is designed to alleviate.
Staring at his black face in the mirror, he sees a counter reflection, the vision that has been haunting him throughout the film, the inescapable image of his father chanting the Kol Nidre.
Ad Olam Mishpacha - High Holy Day observances begin Tuesday with the Erev Yom Kippur Kol Nidre service at 7 p.
The Kol Nidre ("All Vows," see Millgram 1971:244) appears within the Jewish liturgies for the Day of Atonement or Yom Kippur.
Next year, the network hopes to stream Kol Nidre services from five synagogues from Paris to Jerusalem.
I remember a number of years ago, as I was leaving campus early one erev Yom Kippur to prepare for Kol Nidre, a non-Jewish colleague of mine made a special effort to stop me and wish me a cheery, happy holiday.
So while Jack returns to the synagogue to sing Kol Nidre in
Synagogues this evening will hold services called Kol Nidre or ``all vows.
Ad Olam Synagogue Without Walls - Yom Kippur will be celebrated with a Kol Nidre service on Friday at Unity of the Valley Church, 3912 Dillard Road.
Tickets must be arranged in advance for the Erev Rosh Hashanah and upcoming Kol Nidre services at The Shedd.
The holiday began Sunday night with Kol Nidre, an ancient prayer that literally means ``all promises.