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About Rabbi Ysoscher Katz

Rabbi Ysoscher Katz received ordination in 1986 from Rabbi Yechezkel Roth, dayan of UTA Satmer. Rabbi Katz studied in Brisk and in Yeshivat Beit Yosef, Navaradok for over ten years. A graduate of the HaSha’ar Program for Jewish Educators, Rabbi Katz has taught at the Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School for Girls and SAR High School. He was a leading teacher of a daf yomi class in Boro Park for over eight years. He is also the Rabbi of the Prospect Heights Shul in Brooklyn, New York.

Written by Rabbi Ysoscher Katz

Women, Minyan and Tzibbur for Tefillah and Selihot

Posted on September 11, 2017
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

Women Leading Selihot- A Response to Rabbi Dov Linzer

Posted on September 5, 2017
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

Davening Mincha After Lighting Shabbat Candles

Posted on February 21, 2017
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

Can A Woman Be A Sandak?

Posted on January 9, 2017
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

Further on Waiting Times After Eating Parmesan Pizza

Posted on January 5, 2017
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

Meat After Parmesan On Pizza

Posted on December 8, 2016
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

If Only Michelangelo Had Studied Halakha…

Posted on November 4, 2016
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

May a Woman Lead Selichot and the Recital of God’s Thirteen Attributes of Mercy? (English)

Posted on October 9, 2016
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

May a Woman Lead Selichot and the Recital of God’s 13 Principles of Mercy? A Response to Rabbi Dov Linzer in Hebrew

Posted on September 27, 2016
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

Further on Women and Kri’at HaTorah: A Response to Rabbi Aryeh Klapper

Posted on September 6, 2016
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

Women and Kri’at Hatorah: Response to Rav Yoni Rosensweig

Posted on September 6, 2016
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

Book Review: Be’einei Elohim Ve’Adam: Biblical Criticism and the Person of Faith

Posted on August 19, 2016
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies