Author: JA Mag

Letters – Spring 2024

A Note of Gratitude; An Appreciative Reader; Rav Moshe: A Little-Known Story; Gluten-Free Dairy Bread; Gluten-Free Dairy Bread

Remembering Rose Lubin

Rose was a kind, sweet and generous Southern girl—a gentle and deeply spiritual soul who always looked to help others. At the same time, she was determined, strong and competitive.

OU Press: Year in Review

The Return to Zion; Perpetuating the Masorah; The Rav on Tefillah; Masters of the Word; Torah United

In Search of Spirituality: A Symposium

“There is, undeniably, something of a crisis in Jewish spirituality today,” wrote the late Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks. How would you define spirituality?

New From OU Press

Bringing together the diverse traditions of Chassidim and mitnagdim is part and parcel of achdut which we should all be seeking.

Best Tishah B’Av Reads

Wondering how to occupy your time this Tishah B’Av? Take a look at Jewish Action‘s favorite Tishah B’Av reads: In the Narrow Places: Daily Inspiration for the Three Weeks By Erica Brown The Vale of Tears By Rav Pinchas Hirschprung Mourning Under Glass: Reflections on a Son’s Murder By Naftali Moses Between My Father and […]

Inside the OU – Summer 2023

Happenings Around the OU   Disability Inclusion in Shuls In honor of Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month (JDAIM) this past February, the OU Department of Synagogue Initiatives and Yachad co-hosted an empowering community conversation about disability inclusion in shuls. The event, hosted at the Young Israel of Woodmere in New York and moderated by […]

New Grant Bolsters OU Program Providing Financial Counseling

    Back in 2020, the Metropolitan Chicago Jewish Population Study found that 21 percent of Chicago’s Jewish community’s households were “struggling financially.” Eager to assist the more than 30,000 economically stressed Jewish households in the city, the Walder Charitable Fund began working with Living Smarter Jewish (LSJ) to address the challenge. LSJ, an OU […]