14 min

019: Mourning, in Memory of Kate Bartolotta Out of the Box Judaism Podcast

    • Religion & Spirituality

Every religious tradition has mourning rituals, and of course, so does Judaism. Today, in memory of my friend Kate Bartolotta, I talk about Jewish mourning rituals and some ways people are grieving together on social media.

Kate was a mother, a writer, an entrepreneur, an advocate for, and teacher of, self-care, a coach, and a beautiful human who recently passed away at a young age. You can get her book, Choose Joy, from Amazon: http://bit.ly/ChooseJoybyKateBartolotta

To learn more about the journey of counting the Omer, read the details, and sign up at www.OutoftheBoxJudaism.com/Omer

The music on this episode comes from the song Adon Olam by Rabbi Cantor Robbi Sherwin, from the album: Aish Hakodesh, available where all awesome Jewish music is sold: OySongs.com

For more information or to get in touch, visit me at www.OutoftheBoxJudaism.com or connect on Facebook.

Every religious tradition has mourning rituals, and of course, so does Judaism. Today, in memory of my friend Kate Bartolotta, I talk about Jewish mourning rituals and some ways people are grieving together on social media.

Kate was a mother, a writer, an entrepreneur, an advocate for, and teacher of, self-care, a coach, and a beautiful human who recently passed away at a young age. You can get her book, Choose Joy, from Amazon: http://bit.ly/ChooseJoybyKateBartolotta

To learn more about the journey of counting the Omer, read the details, and sign up at www.OutoftheBoxJudaism.com/Omer

The music on this episode comes from the song Adon Olam by Rabbi Cantor Robbi Sherwin, from the album: Aish Hakodesh, available where all awesome Jewish music is sold: OySongs.com

For more information or to get in touch, visit me at www.OutoftheBoxJudaism.com or connect on Facebook.

14 min

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