Liturgical Year

AHC Yom Kippur

The AHC Yom Kippur booklet, a work in progress, was initially put together for the celebration of Yom Kippur, in the Light of Christ, by members of the Saint Edith Stein Havurah in Saint Louis, Missouri. It is intended for use in family... Read More

AHC Liturgical Calendar for 2017-2018

We thank Elizabeth Young of Etz-Hayim (Tree of Life) Publishing for again modifying her Jewish and Christian Liturgical Calendar to provide a calendar for the AHC. If you visit her website, you will find many wonderful resources for the... Read More

AHC Rosh Hashanah

The AHC Rosh Hashanah booklet, a work in progress, was initially put together for the celebration of Rosh Hashanah, in the Light of Christ, by members of the Saint Edith Stein Havurah in Saint Louis, Missouri. It is intended for use in family... Read More

AHC Liturgical Calendar for 2016-2017

We have been blessed by the efforts of Elizabeth Young of Etz-Hayim (Tree of Life) Publishing. Among the many resources Etz-Hayim makes available, a Jewish and Christian Liturgical Calendar is published each year. Elizabeth has modified their regular... Read More

AHC Sukkot

The AHC Sukkot booklet, a work in progress, was initially put together for the celebration of Sukkot, in the Light of Christ, by members of the Saint Edith Stein Havurah in Saint Louis, Missouri. It is intended for use in family and small group settings,... Read More

The AHC Passover Haggadah

The AHC Passover Haggadah, a work in progress, was initially put together for the celebration of Passover, in the light of Christ, by members of the AHC and their families and guests. Much of its content was taken, with permission, from the Hebrew Catholic... Read More

Sabbath

by Judy Bratten If anything has distinguished the Jew from the gentile for centuries it has been his dedication to the Sabbath as commanded by God in Exodus 20 (one of the Ten Commandments). In various cultures and times, the ways of keeping the Sabbath... Read More

Hanukkah

by Judy Bratten The Feast of Lights or the Feast of Dedication marks the victory of Judah of Maccabee over the Syrian and Greek armies of 167 B.C. The story of the profanation of the Temple and its subsequent cleansing and rededication is retold, with... Read More

Shavuoth

by Judy Bratten The Feast of Weeks, occurring fifty days after Passover, commemorates two things: thanksgiving for the grain harvest and for the giving of the Law at Mt. Sinai. Coming seven weeks from the second day of Pesach (First Fruits), Shavuoth... Read More

Passover

by Judy Bratten The most well-known and elaborate of the Jewish feasts, Pesach commemorates the miraculous exodus of the Jewish people from the land of Egypt under the leadership of Moses. It is also a springtime celebration, provoking a flurry of cleaning... Read More

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