Kaddish for Murders in Pittsburgh

The awful tragedy of the murders of eleven members of the Jewish community of Pittsburgh in their synagogue brought Carolyn Aaronson back to a meeting of the Club to join Rotarian Bob Gutman in the recitation of a Kaddish and explain its meaning in the 11 month cycle of mourning for the death of Jewish relative.

The Kaddish went as follows:

May his great Name grow exalted and sanctified (Amen)
In the world that He created as He willed.
May He give reign to His kingship in your lifetimes and in your days,
and in the lifetimes of the entire Family of Israel,
swiftly and soon. (Amen)
May His great Name be blessed forever and ever.
Blessed, praised,glorified, exalted, extolled.
mighty, upraised, and lauded be the Name of the Holy One,
Blessed is He
Blessed is He beyond any blessing and song,
praise and consolation that are uttered in the world. (Amen)
May there be abundant peace from Heaven, and life
upon us and upon all Israel.(Amen)
He Who makes peace in His heights, May He make peace,
upon us and upon all Israel. (Amen)



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