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Kaddish

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Kaddish

David Shatashvili

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Kaddish (Aramaic  קַדִּישׁ – holy) is a unique and  exalted prayer/declaration which sanctifies the name of G-d and expresses our burning desire for the time when "His great name grow exalted and sanctified"  throughout the world. Interestingly, the name of G-d is not mentioned even once in the entire kaddish; only a reference to His great name. The text of Kaddish is mostly in the Aramaic language. It is recited a few times during the prayer services, but only when a Minyan (gathering of ten or more men over the age of thirteen) is present. Reciting Kaddish during prayer guarantees acceptance of one's prayer in Heaven. Furthermore, the Kaddish which is recited by a mourner on behalf of a deceased relative (Mourner's Kaddish) has the power to protect the soul of the departed from the punishments in the next world.
There are four types of Kaddish: Kaddish Shalem (full Kaddish), Chatzi Kaddish (half Kaddish), Kaddish D’rabanan (Rabbis’ Kaddish) and Kaddish Yatom (mourner’s Kaddish).
Our App. offers two types of Kaddish – Kaddish D’rabanan and Kaddish Yatom.
Kaddish D’rabanan (in Sefardic communities it is called Kaddish Al Yisrael) is recited after any learning that pertains to the Oral Torah (i.e. Mishnah or Talmud, etc.). The uniqueness of this Kaddish is that it contains a prayer for the well-being of those who learn Torah.
Kaddish Yatom is recited by the male mourners of behalf of their deceased close relatives (father, mother, brother, sister, wife, son, daughter). For a parent, Kaddish Yatom is recited during the eleven months following burial, and for a sibling, spouse or child during the first thirty days following the burial. It must be recited with a Minyan during every prayer.

Our App is presented to you with the blessings of honorable Rabbis from Israel and Russia.
We would like to express our gratitude to all who participated in creating this program.

Editors: Rav Aaron Medenaradze, Rav Leib Gelfand and Rav Eliezer Stefansky.
Consulting: Center for Jewish Religious Education «Torah Mitzion».
Programming by DevEver Co.
In case of errors or mistakes, please let us know via email: [email protected]
RJA Russian Jewish Applications
www.rjapps.ru



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Kaddish
Kaddish

Free
Kaddish (Aramaic  קַדִּישׁ – holy) is a unique and  exalted prayer/declaration which sanctifies the name of G-d and expresses our burning desire for the time when "His great name grow exalted and sanctified"  throughout the world. Interestingly, the name of G-d is not mentioned even once in the entire kaddish; only a reference to His great name. The text of Kaddish is mostly in the Aramaic language. It is recited a few times during the prayer services, but only when a Minyan (gathering of ten or more men over the age of thirteen) is present. Reciting Kaddish during prayer guarantees acceptance of one's prayer in Heaven. Furthermore, the Kaddish which is recited by a mourner on behalf of a deceased relative (Mourner's Kaddish) has the power to protect the soul of the departed from the punishments in the next world.
There are four types of Kaddish: Kaddish Shalem (full Kaddish), Chatzi Kaddish (half Kaddish), Kaddish D’rabanan (Rabbis’ Kaddish) and Kaddish Yatom (mourner’s Kaddish).
Our App. offers two types of Kaddish – Kaddish D’rabanan and Kaddish Yatom.
Kaddish D’rabanan (in Sefardic communities it is called Kaddish Al Yisrael) is recited after any learning that pertains to the Oral Torah (i.e. Mishnah or Talmud, etc.). The uniqueness of this Kaddish is that it contains a prayer for the well-being of those who learn Torah.
Kaddish Yatom is recited by the male mourners of behalf of their deceased close relatives (father, mother, brother, sister, wife, son, daughter). For a parent, Kaddish Yatom is recited during the eleven months following burial, and for a sibling, spouse or child during the first thirty days following the burial. It must be recited with a Minyan during every prayer.

Our App is presented to you with the blessings of honorable Rabbis from Israel and Russia.
We would like to express our gratitude to all who participated in creating this program.

Editors: Rav Aaron Medenaradze, Rav Leib Gelfand and Rav Eliezer Stefansky.
Consulting: Center for Jewish Religious Education «Torah Mitzion».
Programming by DevEver Co.
In case of errors or mistakes, please let us know via email: [email protected]
RJA Russian Jewish Applications
www.rjapps.ru...
Brachot
Brachot

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BERACHOT - Life in the modern world proceeds at a very rapid pace. Everyone has to get to many places on time, to do many things, to meet many people – all in one day. Because of this, the smartphone has become the active person’s most needed instrument, to which he is connected day and night. This instrument serves as a combination of many functions: telephone; computer; tablet; camera; diary; music player; radio, and more. In the past, a Jew had to carry many books with him wherever he went: a Siddur; Chumash; Tehillim; Gemara; books on Halacha, etc. The Siddur was especially essential – prayers are recited daily and everywhere – at work, traveling, at the restaurant, on vacation, etc. Today there is no need for that anymore – the smartphone has even replaced the Siddur.
This application is meant for assisting the Jew in navigating confidently through the world of blessings.
How is it unique and different from similar applications?
Here are some of its features:
- The prayers and blessings are displayed in three versions: Askenaz, Edot HaMizrach and Sefarad.
- There are three language options: Hebrew in Hebrew letters, Hebrew in Latin letters (transliteration), and English translation, in addition to short explanations of each blessing.
- Easy and user-friendly interface.
- The presence of four languages: Hebrew, Russian, English, Georgian;
- Everything that one would need on a daily basis – nothing superfluous.

May these blessings bring good health, luck and peace to all those reciting them and to all the people of Israel and to the whole world! Amen!

This Application is published with the authorization of the Chief Rabbis of Israel and Russia, and with their blessings.
Our deepest appreciation to all who participated in this sacred project.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact us [email protected]