Union Issues Book of 13 Holiday Sermons

(Jewish Daily Bulletin)

A booklet containing thirteen sermons for the forthcoming holidays has just been issued by the Tract Commission of the Department of Synagogue and School Extension of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations.

The sermons, prepared by rabbis throughout the country, are for use on eight Holy Days which include: The New Year. The Sabbath of Repentance, The Day of Atonement, The Festival of Tabernacles, The Festival of Dedication, The Festival of Lights, The Festival of Passover, and the Festival of Pentecost.

The booklet contains the following sermons:

For the New Year: “The Fear of Life,” by Rabbi Louis Witt, St. Louis, Mo.: “The Call of the Soul,” by Rabbi Abram Hirschberg, Chicago, Ill. For the Sabbath of Repentance: “Progress and Penitence,” by Rabbi Philip F. Waterman, Grand Rapids. Mich. For the Day of Atonement: “Thon Art the Mau,” by Rabbi Sammel Schulman, New York City; “The Noon Hour.” by Rabbi William Rosenau. Baltimore. Md; “Children of Two Worlds,” by Rabbi Max C. Currick. Erie. Pa. For the Festival of Tabenracles: “Providence Divince and Cohen. Taroma. Wash.: “The connecting Link,” by RabbiMarvin Nazhan, Philadelphia. For the Festival of Dedication: “The Appeal of a Positive Judaism.” by Rabbi Solomon Fosten Newark. N. J. for the Festival of Lights; “Even This Shall Pass Away,” by Rabbi Sidney S. Tedesche, of Passover. “The Boundle of Hyssop,” by Rabbi Harry H. Mayer. Kansas by Rabbi Emil W. Leipziger, New Orleans. La For the Festival of Pentences: “Revelation and Conservation,” by Rabbi Morris S. Lazarom, Baltimore. Md.

The broken is issued under the suspices of the Tract Commission of which Rabbi Leo M. Franklin of ## is chariman. Other members of the commission are Rabbi Sammuel ## of Milwankee. Morris M. ####: Israel Bertan, Cincinnati, Milton M. Alexander, Detroit, Louis I Egelson, Cincinnati, Solomon B. Freehof. Rabbi Samuel Hirsberg is chairman of the Committee on Annual Sermon Pamphlet, and associated with him is Rabbi Louis I. egelson, assistant director of the Department of Synagogue and School Extension.

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