Judaism Sacred Practices And Holidays | Religion Exposed

What are the sacred practices and / or holidays in Judaism ? Rosh Hashanah – New Year’s the sound of the shofar (horn ram) Yom Kippur – the holiest day of the year, prayer and fasting Sukkot – in memory of the clouds of glory that …

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