close
The Sanhedrin English The Sanhedrin English
Search

Difference between revisions of "Psak 5765 b"


m
 
Line 12: Line 12:
 
</center>
 
</center>
  
To set Birkat haMazon according to the various ancient formulations which are extant, like the prayer book of Rav Amram Gaon and others, which have a closer affinity to the traditions of our fathers who were in the Land of Israel, in order to bring unity among those faithful to Israel and its customers, so that there will no longer be separate groups.  Aside from that achievement, there is also an advantage to accustom the public to actively make the blessing on setting a meal on "mezonot", by reducing the effort involved in saying a long Birkat haMazon, which is not required.
+
(It has been decided) to set Birkat haMazon according to the various ancient formulations which are extant, like the prayer book of Rav Amram Gaon and others, which have a closer affinity to the traditions of our fathers who were in the Land of Israel, in order to bring unity among those faithful to Israel and its customers, so that there will no longer be separate groups.  Aside from that achievement, there is also an advantage to accustom the public to actively make the blessing on setting a meal on "mezonot", by reducing the effort involved in saying a long Birkat haMazon, which is not required.
  
 
Click [[:he:פסק תשס"ה b|here to see the Hebrew version]]
 
Click [[:he:פסק תשס"ה b|here to see the Hebrew version]]

Latest revision as of 09:26, 2 November 2009

Informal translation from Hebrew of the 5765 (2005) statement:

SanhedrinLogo.png
Sanhedrin - The Great Court of 71
Tel: 02-5661962, cell 050-6733831, fax: 057-7976007
Email: dbtc@actcom.com 47 Rachel Imeinu St. Jerusalem 93228

Liturgical ruling on Birkat haMazon prayer according to its various formulations

(It has been decided) to set Birkat haMazon according to the various ancient formulations which are extant, like the prayer book of Rav Amram Gaon and others, which have a closer affinity to the traditions of our fathers who were in the Land of Israel, in order to bring unity among those faithful to Israel and its customers, so that there will no longer be separate groups. Aside from that achievement, there is also an advantage to accustom the public to actively make the blessing on setting a meal on "mezonot", by reducing the effort involved in saying a long Birkat haMazon, which is not required.

Click here to see the Hebrew version

References


This ruling in the news