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Updated January 2020
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Thoughts on spirituality, Kabbalah, Jewish thought, Judaism and Relationships.Rabbi Yisroel Bernath is the spiritual director at Chabad of NDG and is the Jewish Chaplain at Concordia University. He received his MA in Hebrew Letters and Rabbinical Ordination from the Central Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim in Brooklyn, NY & Yeshiva Gedola Rabbinical College of Greater Miami. He was trained in Structural Cognitive Modifiability and received his diploma from Haddasah-Wiso. Rabbi Bernath is the author ...
 
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Recorded Live at Rohr Chabad NDG in Montreal, Canada Support the showBy Rabbi@JewishNDG.com (Rabbi Yisroel Bernath)
 
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A Special Chanukah Broadcast on Montreal's Most Popular Radio Station, CJAD800. In honour of Chanukah it is our pleasure to bring you a Chanukah Radio Special. This Chanukah radio program aired on Montreal's CJAD800. It includes a special Old Time Radio Style Reenactment of the Story of Chanukah. Support the show…
 
Recorded Live at Rohr Chabad NDG in Montreal Canada on December 9, 2019 This Week's Topic: Struggle It is wrestling with our nature, rather than attaining perfection, that constitutes true righteousness. Everyone is somehow flawed, but righteousness is found in the struggle to do right amid a predilection to act selfishly. Our culture is showing th…
 
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Recorded Live on December 2, 2019 at Rohr Chabad NDG. This Week's Topic: Marriage Marriage refers not just to the institution, but rather the softening of the masculine by exposure to the feminine. A culture that does not know how to respect women is bound to collapse. BRAND NEW SIX-PART SERIES ON LIVING MEANINGFULLY IN A MODERN WORLD with RABBI YI…
 
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Recorded Live at Rohr Chabad NDG on November 25, 2019 BRAND NEW SIX-PART SERIES ON LIVING MEANINGFULLY IN A MODERN WORLD with RABBI YISROEL BERNATH. This Week's Topic: Action What you do is more important than what you believe. Good deeds always supersede good dogma. Our culture is showing the cracks of a growing fracture. Soaring divorce rates; a …
 
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This week's Topic: Redemption Christians and Muslims emphasize salvation, or the need for man to become spiritual—to refine his character and earn a place in heaven. But Jews believe in world redemption, the capacity for the individuals to make heaven here on earth for, the betterment of the community. ------- Our culture is showing the cracks of a…
 
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Recorded Live at Rohr Chabad NDG in Montreal, Canada on November 11, 2019 Lesson #1: Destiny Unlike the Greeks, who believed that life was scripted from birth, the Jews believe in destiny. In short, they reject the idea of tragic fates and instead champion the individuals’ capacity to create their own destiny through individual choice. ------------…
 
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Recorded Live at Rohr Chabad NDG in Montreal, Quebec. Rabbi Yisroel Bernath & Rabbi Yehoshua Berkowicz discuss a class they had with a group of Concordia University students called Sinai Scholars. Join them for this unedited and uncanny discussion on Faith, Reason, Identity and How Jews Reconcile them. Support the show…
 
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Recorded Live at Chabad NDG in Montreal Quebec Yom Kippur comes every year. We find ourselves in the synagogue searching for ways to forgive and forget, wanting ourselves to be forgiven as well. What does it all really mean? How do we let it all go? What do we hold onto and what don't we hold onto? Who do we forgive and how will we be forgiven? Joi…
 
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Recorded Live at Rohr Chabad NDG in Montreal, Canada. Support the showBy Rabbi@JewishNDG.com (Rabbi Yisroel Bernath)
 
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