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Tzav (Lev. 6:1 – 8:36), Shabbat HaGadol

I doubt anyone is really thinking a whole lot about Parashat Tzav. That’s often the case anyway when it is read right before Pesach (Passover), which starts Wednesday night, April 8 this year, most of us being preoccupied with the … Continue reading

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Tzav (Lev. 6:1 – 8:36)

This week: a coveted cleaning job, the “why” of sacrifices, and the ordination of Aaron and his sons.  First, more on the olah, the burnt (totally) offering. After it burns overnight, only ashes remain. The priest, dressed in linen ritual … Continue reading

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