Tomorrow, October 27, marks the third anniversary of the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre, which claimed the lives of 11 shulgoers. Sarah Rudolph remembers and reads “Bound in the Bond of Life” – a collection of essays by Pittsburgh writers on the tragedy which resonates with the “recurring theme of connection its most powerful element – connections between people, between ideas, within and between varying beliefs and worldviews, between experiences.”
As we mark the first yahrzeit of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks zt”l, celebrate his legacy by revisiting some of the special content TRADITION has produced this year, and read some of R. Sacks’ own contributions to our pages.
In our desire to assess the rich legacy of Rabbi Norman Lamm, TRADITION assembled a special memorial volume. The 35 essays consider the monumental record of R. Lamm’s writings in fields as varied as the man himself. Read the editor's introduction by Jeffrey Saks.