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Oscar Maurizio & Oliver Andres

Oscar Maurizio

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Oliver Andres

Oscar Maurizio and Oliver Andres

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What's a B'Nai Mitzvah, anyway?

B’nai Mitzvah is the plural of Bar Mitzvah which means “Son of the Commandment” and Bat Mitzvah means “Daughter of the Commandment.” Under Jewish Law, children are not obligated to observe the commandments, although they are encouraged to do so. Jewish tradition says that when children turn 13, they take on the responsibilities in the community. Historically, the Bar Mitzvah was the point at which boys were expected to start attending a daily minyan (prayer group) and became obligated to observe the commandments. Today, this ceremony formally marks the assumption of obligations and rights to take part in leading the religious services, to generally to be an active member of the Jewish community, and be a more responsible citizen in the larger world.
Angela Marzuki