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https://opensiddur.org/?p=54731 &#x1f4d6; Prayers of the Jewish Advance, by Rabbi Abraham Cronbach (1924) 2024-03-12 13:00:01 This is a collection of forty prayers and twelve short essays/addresses in English by Rabbi Abraham Cronbach, <em>Prayers of the Jewish Advance</em> (1924). The work contains two opening prayers and one closing prayer (<em>i.e.</em>, the "Prayers of the Jewish Advance"), prayers for ten days on the festival calendar including the Sabbath, a full confirmation service with seven prayers, and twenty miscellaneous prayers. The full program and notes to the Confirmation Service append the work. Text the Open Siddur Project Aharon N. Varady (digital imaging and document preparation) Aharon N. Varady (digital imaging and document preparation) Abraham Cronbach https://opensiddur.org/copyright-policy/ Aharon N. Varady (digital imaging and document preparation) https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/ Personal &amp; Paraliturgical collections of prayers Pulpit &amp; Ceremonial collections of prayers

This is a collection of forty prayers and twelve short essays/addresses in English by Rabbi Abraham Cronbach, Prayers of the Jewish Advance (1924). The work contains two opening prayers and one closing prayer (i.e., the “Prayers of the Jewish Advance”), prayers for ten days on the festival calendar including the Sabbath, a full confirmation service with seven prayers, and twenty miscellaneous prayers. The full program and notes to the Confirmation Service append the work.

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This work is in the Public Domain due to its having been published more than 95 years ago.

This digital edition was prepared by Aharon Varady for the Open Siddur Project from a copy held in the collection of the HUC-JIR Klau Library in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Thank you!) This work is cross-posted to the Internet Archive, as a repository for our transcription efforts.


CONTENTS

Prayers of the Jewish Advance

The Decline of Religious Observance
Our Contemners
I Seek[1] Arranged at the very end of the collection, after “Miscellaneous Prayers” and before “Notes to the Confirmation Service.” 

[Prayers for the Sabbath and Festival Year]

The New Year
The Day of Atonement
The Feast of Tabernacles
The Concluding Festival[2] i.e., Shemini Atseret and Simḥat Torah 
The Feast of Light and Dedication
Purim, the Feast of Mirth
The Passover
The Feast of Weeks
The Ninth of Ab
The Sabbath

The Confirmation Service

Opening Prayer
Flower Offering
Sanctification
Address to Congregation
The Meaning of Judaism
Our Non-Jewish Neighbors
First Commandment Interpreted
Second Commandment Interpreted
Third Commandment Interpreted
Fourth Commandment Interpreted
Sixth Commandment Interpreted
Seventh Commandment Interpreted
Eight Commandment Interpreted
Ninth Commandment Interpreted
Tenth Commandment Interpreted
Address to Parents
Blessing by the Rabbi
Adoration
Closing Prayer

Miscellaneous Prayers

Our Temple as the Holy Days Approach
Our School
Removal of the Leaven
Our Enemies
Work
Our Confirmants
Our Country
Israel’s Freedom
Trust
Sorrow
Our Children
The Babies
Our Womanhood
Prayer of an Adolescent Girl
A Man’s Prayer
The Child’s Al Chet
That Humiliation
Having Seen
The Epidemic of 1918
After the Epidemic

[Appendix]

Notes to Confirmation Service
Specimen Confirmation Program

 

Notes

Notes
1Arranged at the very end of the collection, after “Miscellaneous Prayers” and before “Notes to the Confirmation Service.”
2i.e., Shemini Atseret and Simḥat Torah

 

 

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