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Yom kippur is a day of kapparah (forgiveness). In most machzorim it says at a certain point in every t'filla 'Now one says selichot'. Does any shul ever say them? Which?

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You mean, do they insert certain poems followed by el melech and the 13 attributes of mercy in the middle of the different repetitions of the amida? I believe they do that at Yeshiva University per the instruction of RYDS. –  Double AA Sep 13 '13 at 6:07
    
@Double AA I do. –  5780 Sep 13 '13 at 15:35

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