Kaddish

Ancient Jewish prayer in praise of God, normally regarded as a prayer to be said by the bereaved on behalf of a deceased parent, although there is no mention of death or mourning in it. It is in...
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Kaddish

(from the article `American literature`) ...Pound`s Cantos and Williams`s Paterson. Allen Ginsberg`s incantatory, prophetic Howl (1956) and his moving elegy for his mother, Kaddish (1961), ... Empty Mirror, a collection of earlier poems, appeared along with Kaddish and Other Poems in 1961, followed by Reality Sandwiches in 1963. Kaddish...
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Kaddish

in Judaism, a doxology (hymn of praise to God) that is usually recited in Aramaic at the end of principal sections of all synagogue services. The ... [2 related articles]
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Kaddish

In Judaism, Kaddish is an Aramaic prayer that glorifies God and asks for the speedy coming of his kingdom on earth. Originally recited at the conclusion of rabbinic scriptural exposition, the prayer now takes a variety of forms and serves several liturgical functions. A brief form, called half Kaddish, concludes each part of the worship service and...
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Kaddish

Ancient Jewish prayer in praise of God, normally regarded as a prayer to be said by the bereaved on behalf of a deceased parent, although there is no mention of death or mourning in it. It is in Aramaic apart from the last sentence, which is in Hebrew. A male mourner is traditionally required to chant the Kaddish at three services each day except t...
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Kaddish

Kaddish (קדיש, Qaddish Aramaic: `holy`; alternate spellings, qaddish, ḳaddish) is a hymn of praises to God found in the Jewish prayer service. The central theme of the Kaddish is the magnification and sanctification of God`s name. In the liturgy different versions of the Kaddish are used functionally as separators between sections of the ......
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Kaddish

Prayer publicly recited by mourners.
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Kaddish

Prayer praising God. There are several Kaddish prayers recited during the service, one of which is recited in memory of the departed.
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Kaddish

A prayer recited for the deceased by the direct mourners for the first time at the conclusion of the interment service
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Kaddish

Prayer recited after the service. Children also recite it for parents at every service for 11 months.
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Kaddish

The Mourner’s Kaddish is recited standing, facing JERUSALEM. The prayer consists of praise and glorification of God, and expresses the hope for the creation of God’s kingdom on earth. It is said every day for eleven months after the death of a parent, spouse, child or sibling, and subsequently on each anniversary after death.
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