In recent years, the topic of mikva (ritual immersion) has changed from a topic which is taboo to one of the most talked about issues in the religious sector, discussed not only in closed quarters but on the social networks as well. Along with the growing interest in the connection between body and soul, discourse …

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Below is an invitation (and an English translation) to an exciting evening of learning about “Things We Don’t Usually Talk About,”under the auspices of OTS’s Susi Bradfield Women’s Institute of Halakhic Leadership (WIHL).

The WIHL broke new ground eight years ago by enabling women scholars to engage in a five-year course of study covering the same material covered by male rabbinical students, and certifying graduates – who pass exams equivalent to those administered to men by the Rabbinate – to provide authoritative halachic decisions (psak) to the Jewish community in all matters of Jewish law and Jewish living.

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