Walking to synagogue.
A religion that abhors solitude.
A memoirist sheds light on the shtetl’s social conflicts.
After fifteen years of restoration.
Debates over counting women in a minyan are about more than fairness.
The public square and the “Benedict option.”
The mystery of the Magdala stone.
The Women’s Balcony.
Of Moorish synagogues and Lewis Carroll.
Art and religion in “Poem without End.”
Was it a synagogue?
Were there miniature sanctuaries even before the Temple was destroyed?