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Jewish High Holy Days begin Sept. 4

2:52 PM, Aug. 13, 2013
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At sundown on Rosh Hashanah, Sept. 4, the Jewish people will welcome the Jewish New Year 5774. This marks the beginning of the sacred 10-day period known as the Yomim Noraim, Days of Awe, a time of self-reflection and introspection that culminates on Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, to be observed on Sept. 14.

During the period, which we mark with personal contemplation, confession and prayer, Jews around the world assemble in synagogues to pray and reflect upon the past year. Individuals ask for forgiveness from family and friends for any wrongful acts, conscious or unintentional, that ...

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