Possible Duplicate: How to say go-al Yisroel before Shacharis Amida According to the Shulchan Aruch (66:7), one doesn't say "amen" after the chazan says "Ga'al Yisra'el." The Rama says that ...
I find that most people have tendency to say most blessings (on food, going to the bathroom etc.) quietly to themselves. This may preclude others from having a chance to answer amen afterwards. Is the ...
According to this answer citing RaM"A (124:11), you can answer Amen to any Berachah even if you don't hear it, so long as you know which one is being said. Does this apply only to Tefillah BeTzibur ...
If someone is praying an amidah in a loud voice that disturbs the rest of the congregation are any of the following permitted: by someone (a) praying his own amidah or (b) who has finished to hush ...
In the repetition of the Amida, it seems (see Teshuvos Igros Moshe 3 (9), OC 104 (7), OC 125 Biur Halocho d.h. "elo shoskin ..") that the Chazzan should say the pesukim of Kedusho loud enough so that ...
Why do we say Boruch Shem Kevod Malchuso L'Olam Voed in Kriyas Shema in a whisper?