Halakha l’ma’aseh: “Rav, can I ask you a quick question?”

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On Shabbat afternoon, as we eat Seudah Shlishit, the table is opened for a broad range of questions and discussions of halakhah (Judaic law and practice), during which Rav Fischer elaborates on contemporary issues and topics, citing to the leading primary sources that set forth Judaic law and practice. During the course of these discussions, Rav Fischer cites to and teaches the writings of Rambam (Maimonides) and his magnum opus legal work, the late-12th Century MISHNAH TORAH; the profound Sephardic legal teachings of the late-19th Century Baghdad-based halakhic master, Rav Yosef Hayyim (the Ben Ish Chai), the works of the late Sephardic Torah Giant, HaChacham HaRav Ovadia Yosef in his Y’CHAVEH DA’AT collection of responsa to the great questions of the day, and the great twentieth-century Ashkenazic responsa of HaRav Moshe Feinstein, accumulated in IGROT MOSHE.

Shabbat Afternoons – During the Course of Se’udah Sh’lishit

Taught by Rav Fischer