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Comprehensive Guide to saying Mourners' Kaddish

There are several seforim written on the subject. Artscroll famously produced a sefer on the topic which provides an in-depth look at each kaddish, with translation and numerous sources. There are ...
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Comprehensive Guide to saying Mourners' Kaddish

The United Synagogue (of the UK) has resources here including in relation to Kaddish. These include a Kaddish pamphlet aimed principally at women (its title is Kaddish for Female Mourners) but which ...
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Nechama Leibowitz Books online

Yes, you can access excerpts on the Torah on Sefaria here There is also a website here which has the complete collection of her weekly lessons.
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Comprehensive Guide to saying Mourners' Kaddish

Rabbi Lamm's The Jewish Way in Death and Mourning is a classic resource for mourners. It has a chapter on kadish's significance, and a chapter on its practicalities. The book is also available online.
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Tikkun Leil Shavuot for download

I have not found a full Nusach Edot haMizrach Tikkun Leil Shavuot for download. This is partial: http://cdn.yeshshem.com/rituals/Tikun%20Leil%20Shavuot.pdf I have also found this https://images....
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Seeking an English version of Minchat Chinuch

Perhaps not surprisingly given its length and complexity there is no full English translation of the Minchat Chinuch - given that the Art Scroll Sefer HaChinuch stretches to 10 volumes, I guess that a ...
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Online Synopsis of each Mesechta of Talmud Bavli

I suggest that those who are seeking Talmud Bavli summaries should visit The Steinsaltz Center's website at https://steinsaltz.org/tractate-archive/ which offers daf-by-daf summaries rather than ...
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Rambam Interlinear Online?

The Chabad.org Rambam can now be accessed in English, Hebrew or both English and Hebrew side by side. The site uses the Moznaim translation by Rabbi Eliyahu Touger which is of course also available in ...
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