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The Jewish Calendar - holidays schedule

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  • Event Date Begins (eve) Begins (morning) Ends; Rosh Hashana 1 st day: Saturday 16 September 0: Friday 20h18: Rosh Hashana 2 nd day : Sunday 17 September 0: Saturday 21h24: 21h22
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The Jewish Calendar - days

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  • The week refers to the creation of the world. H" has created the world in six days and the seventh He rested from His work. He has sanctified the seventh day, the Shabbat (rest). During the week there are three daily prayers: in the morning after daybreak, in the afternoon and in the evening after nightfall.. The days of the week do not have names: they are numbered instead.
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The Jewish Calendar - measuring the time

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  • Here are the elements that make up the Jewish calendar: The day comprises the day-time and the preceding night. It does not span from midnight to midnight ; rather it starts with night fall, until the next night [].; The week is the group of seven days ending with the Shabbath (from Friday evening to Saturday evening). The first day of the week is Sunday (beginning Saturday night after Shabbat).
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The Jewish Calendar - home

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  • Welcome to the Jewish Calendar website. You can find in these pages a presentation of the historical, religious, astronomical and cultural aspects of the Jewish Calendar, as well as tools and resources.
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The Jewish Calendar - CalJ for iPhone

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  • Available commands (left to right): Cancel modification, Ttoggle date system (Jewish/secular), Today. Tab: Holidays A date shown in light blue is a Yom Tov. You can opt for the secular year display (January to December), or Jewish year display (Rosh hashana to Rosh hashana), in the Settings tab.
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The Jewish Calendar - Shabbat

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  • The Shabbat is the seventh day of the week, from Friday evening to Saturday evening.. It is a fundamental principle of Judaism. Like Gd who created the universe and all its contents in six days and rested from His work on the seventh, the Jew ceases his working week a few moments before the night on Friday to devote himself entirely to Gd, body and spirit, on the holy day of Shabbat.
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The Jewish Calendar - date converter - Le Calendrier Juif

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  • The is done on the daytime part of the day. The Jewish date begins the eve of the Gregorian date, in the evening. The Parasha is indicated for Saturdays that are not festivals. On a weekday, the indicated Parasha is that of the next Saturday.
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CalJ.net – CalJ blog – The Jewish Calendar

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  • Jan 02, 2019 · It happened! Tefilat Arvit is now in #CalJ. In the Android edition, it’s in version 2.56: in the side drawer… Continue Reading →
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The Jewish Calendar - introduction

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  • The Hebrew calendar is used in Judaism for the observance of religious holidays.It is also the official calendar in Israel. But the Gregorian calendar is used for any secular purpose.. It is based both on the movements of the moon and the seasons of the Earth, so as to observe the festivals of the Torah.. In the ancient times, the sages of the Sanhedrin (abbinical court, by the Temple of ...
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The Jewish Calendar - Gregorian calendar

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  • Proposed by Aloysius Lilius, a physicist from Naples, to correct the errors of the Julian calendar, he Gregorian calendar was adopted by Pope Gregory XIII en February 1582.. In adopting the Gregorian calendar, the backlog (10 days) has been caught up intermittently.
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The Jewish Calendar - home

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  • home Welcome to the Jewish Calendar website. You can find in these pages a presentation of the historical, religious, astronomical and cultural aspects of the …
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The Jewish Calendar - ceremonies and celebrations

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  • There are several types of events throughout the year. Some festivals come from a divine commandment written in the Torah (Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, Pesach, ...).They are mandatory public holidays, and have many spiritual meanings.
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