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According to this article: The Kaddish recited after Keriat Hatarah does not especially "belong" to the Ba'al Keriah. Anyone who is a hiyuv (one who is obligated to say Kaddish that day), may insist on reciting this Kaddish, as well. In fact, in many shuls that I have attended, a chiyuv - someone who observes yahrtzeit or is in his 1st 11 months of ...


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The baal koreh or gabbai says it as it is to separate parts of the davening rather than for a yasom. The Kaddish Prayer Chatzi Kaddish - the Half Kaddish or Reader's Kaddish During the morning service (Shacharit) Chatzi Kaddish is recited by the prayer leader (usually the rabbi or cantor) after the P'Sukei D'Zimra section of the service, after ...


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Shaare Chayim, a commentary by R. Chayim Tz'vi Ehrenreich on Shaare Efrayim, says (4:24, in my own, loose translation): I saw in… [???], writing in the name of Maase Ish responsum 14, that one does not say this blessing for his orphaned grandson whom he is rearing. Now, that book is not at hand, and it seems to me to require further investigation; ...


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The source for this minhag is from the Medrash (Bereishis Rabba Toldos 63:10) and Achronim also bring it from the Maharil (SA OC 225:2, the Rema there and others). The Magen Avrohom (Sif Katan 5 there) says the reason for this Minhag is that until now, the father is held responsible for the son's Aveiros and with the son becoming an adult according to the ...


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R Josh Flug comments on this here (but I would note that this is more descriptive than explicative). The Mishna in Megillah 21a and the Gemara in Megillah 22b provide the formula for determining how many aliyot are called on each occasion: If it is a day that there is no Mussaf offering (or Mussaf prayer), such as an ordinary Monday and ...



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