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Israel Semester 2015
Rabbi Shlomo Katz



Message Rabbi Katz
Rabbi Shlomo Katz was born in Englewood, New Jersey but spent most of his growing years in Raanana, Israel.  As a teenager, Shlomo returned to Los Angeles with his family and there became active with Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach's Happy Minyan of Los Angeles where he taught classes.  He also held a position as a Chaplain at Cedars Sinai Hospital after receiving his credentials as a certified Chaplain from the late Rabbi Levi Meir, z''l. After his return to Israel, Shlomo received his rabbinical ordination from Rav Zalman Nechemia Goldberg and Rabbi Brovender.  While known to spread his Torah worldwide via his music, Shlomo also teaches in various institutions in the Jerusalem area. Rabbi Katz resides with his wife Bina in Efrat, Israel. For information on his Torah and music visit his website www.shlomokatz.com

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Chassidic Thought on the Yamim Noraim
Chassidut of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov
Parshat HaShavua
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Parshat Hashavua 5774 (Elul 2014)
Parshat Hashavua 5774 (Fall 2014)
Parshat Hashavua 5774 (Israel Zman 2014)
Parshat Hashavua 5774 (March 31, April 7)
Parshat Hashavua 5774 (Spring 2014)
Parshat Hashavua 5774 (Summer 2014)
Parshat Hashavua 5774 (Winter 2013)
Parshat Hashavua 5775 (Passover 2015)
Parshat Hashavua 5775 (Winter 2015)
The Great Chassidut Rabbis and Eretz Yisrael

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