מרצה Title תקציר סידרה
Harav Aharon Lichtenstein Can a Child Light Chanuka Candles for a Household? Chanuka. "Now that we have determined that the lighting fulfills the mitzva, if a deaf-mute, mentally disabled person, or minor lit it, he has accomplished nothing." Regarding the lighting of Chanuka candles, the Gemara does not clarify whether any distinction exists between a child who has reached the age of chinukh (training in mitzvot) and a child below the age of chinukh. Seemingly, the absence of any explicit distinction in the Gemara indicates that this rule applies to all minors... Topics in Halakha
Harav Aharon Lichtenstein Shiur 07:Lighting from Candle to Candle Chanuka Topics in Halakha
Harav Aharon Lichtenstein Lighting Chanuka Candles in the Synagogue Chanuka Topics in Halakha
Rav Shlomo Levy Students' Obligation to Light Chanuka Candles Chanuka. Must a student living away from his parents light Chanuka candles even though his parents light at home? The common practice for many yeshiva and college students is to light and make a berakha over their own chanukia. Is this proper? Should they perhaps fulfill the mitzva through their parents' lighting? Topics in Halakha
Harav Baruch Gigi The Shehecheyanu Blessing On Chanuka Chanuka. On Chanuka, it is customary to recite a shehecheyanu blessing in conjunction with the lighting of the Chanuka candles. The question, therefore, arises, whether this blessing is part of the mitzva of lighting Chanuka candles, similar to the shehecheyanu blessing recited over shofar blowing and the like, or does this blessing relate to the special quality of the day of Chanuka itself? Topics in Halakha
Rav Shlomo Levy "One and Seven" Kabbalistic teachings describe God's manifestation in the world as "emanating" by way of the ten Sefirot.
Harav Mosheh Lichtenstein The Haftara of Shabbat Chanuka Reading Zekharya's vision about the menora (Zekharya 2:14-4:7) as the haftara for Shabbat Chanuka is mandated by talmudic law (Megilla 31a).
Rav Shlomo Levy Where to Light on Chanuka This shiur will deal with the place where one should kindle Chanuka lights.
Yeshiva Staff The Hand Rav Aharon Lichtenstein zt''l Never Let Go