Rav Moshe Shternbuch: Meat at a Morning Bris?

In Teshuvos V'Hanhagos (2:285) Rav Shternbuch writes that although it is a mitzvah to have meat at a Seudas Bris, if meat is very...

Audio: Rav Shurkin On Inyonei Yom Kippur

The following shiur was delivered at Bais Medrash Kol Yehuda-Brook HillAshkenaz Shul in Lakewood, NJ, and is posted exclusively here on Matzav.com. The shiur was given...

Yoma 68: Leaving a Sheva Brachos for a Bris

Rabbi Mordechai Koster is presently a member of the kollel at Bais Medresh Govoha in Lakewood, NJ, where he received semichah. He has...

When Your Wife Has The Last Word

The Mechaber brings down from the Rosh the halacha that if someone says at the end of a bread meal "lets bentch," he can...

Reminder: Make an Eruv Tavshilin

Free reminder service below. By Rabbi Tzvi Rosen A fundamental difference between Yom Tov observance and Shabbos observance is the allowance of ochel nefesh, food preparation on Yom Tov....

Yevamos 66: Davening for Your Lender

Rabbi Mordechai Koster is presently a member of the kollel at Bais Medrash Govoha in Lakewood, NJ, where he receivedsemichah. He has written several seforim...

Life Insurance and Loshon Hora

By Mordechai Lewis   Have you ever wondered why at the end of Shemonah Esrei we first ask Hashem, “Guard my tongue from evil… and then...

Yevamos 22: The Bitter Bachelor

Rabbi Mordechai Koster is presently a member of the kollel at Bais Medrash Govoha in Lakewood, NJ, where he receivedsemichah. He has written several seforim...

Hilchos Chanukah: Oil or Candles?

B'dieved one may light all night until Alos Hashachar (according to some, even less than a half hour before). However, if no...