Myriam, from the Haifa community, has posted on You Tube a song she first wrote for the Haifa community five years ago. This song is an appropriate prayer for the Feast of Corpus Christi.

Myriam, from the Haifa community, who wrote a song in honor of Father Roman, inspired by his ordination to the priesthood, has now sent us the magnificent song from You Tube and so we can pray with her for Roman and all our priests.

Thanks to Brother Yohanan Elihai we are able to put onto our website a collection of songs from the musical tradition of the Kehilla (the Hebrew-speaking Catholic communities in Israel).

Giacomo of the community Koinonia Giovanni Battista has given us a wonderful gift: a video film of Roman's ordination, which took place in the Church of Saint Mary of the Resurrection in Abu Ghosh on April 25, 2009.

Yom Kippur (the Day of Artonement) is a most solemn day of prayer and fasting. We wish all our friends “Gmar hatimah tova” (that they may be sealed in the Book of Life). As a moment of prayer for Yom Kippur, we present here some Yom Kippur prayers and music.

A beautiful rendition of the Jewish hymn, “Our Father our King” was sent by a member of the Jerusalem kehilla.

Israeli jazz musician has a beautiful rendition of the traditional Shabbat hymn ‘Peace to you, angels of peace”.

Benny, our seminarian, sent us this song written by Asaf Newe Shalom, based on the words of Rabbi Hillel Zeitlin.

The month of Elul, which precedes the New Year and the Day of Atonement, has been set aside in the Jewish tradition as a period of intense introspection and preparation for the "Days of Awe". Selihot are prayers of supplication in which Jews ask for God's forgiveness and promise change. Here we have gathered some of these prayers from Ashkenazi, Sephardi and Oriental traditions.

The Feast of Shavuot (Weeks) among the Jewish people marks seven weeks after Passover, the Feast of the First Fruits and the Feast of the Giving of the Torah.

We have gathered a small collection of video clips to help us enter the spirit of the holiday.

Hannuka and Christmas fall at almost the same time. There are other common elements too.

We publish here a series of links of artists performing Psalm 92 – a song for the Sabbath day.

A friend sent us this magnificent video clip of little Sheli singing Psalm 121.

Salomone Rossi (1570 - 1630) was Jewish Italian Rennaissance composer. He was a court musician in Mantua who also wrote Jewish liturgical music that broke with the tradition of Jewish cantorial music. Tatiana from the community in Haifa has proposed that the site make known the music of this composer, which represents another fascinating encounter of the Jewish and Christian traditions.

Shabbat singing is a long tradition among the Jewish people. In synagogue, the shabbat is welcomed as a bride and a queen. At home, around the Shabbat table, family and friends sing songs of praise. We have gathered a small collection of Shabbat songs.

"Fiddler on the Roof" was a 1971 Hollywood musical that immortalized Jewish life in the Eastern European schtetl (little town). It was based on the character of Tevye, created by the great Yiddish writer Shalom Aleichem.

A collection of different Psalms and Biblical passages sung in Hebrew.

An Italian friend sent us a musical clip of the "Jewish Cantata" (Canticum Hebraicum), accompanied by her beautiful photos of Venice.

Many are praying the words of Psalm 121 as we continue to pass through days of darkness and ask: "From where will our help come?"