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In this article, R. Michael Broyde writes that:

Indeed, there have been prominent halachic authorities of the last generation who did not recite Kabbalat Shabbat.

Indeed, there have been prominent halachic authorities of the last generation who did not recite Kabbalat Shabbat.

Can anyone provide examples of such prominent authorities? (either from the last generation or earlier achronim)?

In this article, R. Michael Broyde writes that:

Indeed, there have been prominent halachic authorities of the last generation who did not recite Kabbalat Shabbat.

Can anyone provide examples of such prominent authorities? (either from the last generation or earlier achronim)?

In this article, R. Michael Broyde writes that:

Indeed, there have been prominent halachic authorities of the last generation who did not recite Kabbalat Shabbat.

Can anyone provide examples of such prominent authorities? (either from the last generation or earlier achronim)?

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In this article (http://torahmusings.com/2010/08/women-leading-kabbalat-shabbat-some-thoughts/this article), R. Michael Broyde writes that:

"Indeed, there have been prominent halachic authorities of the last generation who did not recite Kabbalat Shabbat."Indeed, there have been prominent halachic authorities of the last generation who did not recite Kabbalat Shabbat.

Can anyone provide examples of such prominent authorities? (either from the last generation or earlier achronim)?

In this article (http://torahmusings.com/2010/08/women-leading-kabbalat-shabbat-some-thoughts/), R. Michael Broyde writes that:

"Indeed, there have been prominent halachic authorities of the last generation who did not recite Kabbalat Shabbat."

Can anyone provide examples of such prominent authorities? (either from the last generation or earlier achronim)?

In this article, R. Michael Broyde writes that:

Indeed, there have been prominent halachic authorities of the last generation who did not recite Kabbalat Shabbat.

Can anyone provide examples of such prominent authorities? (either from the last generation or earlier achronim)?

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