Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Deuteronomy 29:9 - 30:20 with the haftarah (additional reading) from Isaiah 61:10 - 63:9. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.

Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Deuteronomy 11:26 - 16:17 with the haftarah (additional reading) from Isaiah 54:11 - 55:5. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.

Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Deuteronomy 7:12 – 11:25 with the haftarah (additional reading) from Isaiah 49:14-51:3. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.

Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Deuteronomy 3:23 – 7:11 with the haftarah (additional reading) from Isaiah 40:1-26. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.

Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Deuteronomy 1:1 – 3:22 with the haftarah (additional reading) from Isaiah 1:1-27. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.

Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Numbers 13:1 – 15:41 with the haftarah (additional reading) from Joshua 2:1-24. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.

Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Numbers 8:1 - 12:16 with the haftarah (additional reading) from Zechariah 2:14 - 4:7. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.

Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Numbers 4:21 – 7:89 with the haftarah (additional reading) from Judges 13, 2 - 25. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.

Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Numbers 1:1 - 4:20 with the haftarah (additional reading) from Hosea 2:1 - 2:22. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.

Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Leviticus 26:3-27:34 with the haftarah (additional reading) from Jeremiah 16:19-17:14. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.

Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Leviticus 19:1-20:27 with the haftarah (additional reading) from Amos 9:7-9:15. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.

Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Leviticus 16:1 - 18:30 with the haftarah (additional reading) from Ezekiel 20:2-20. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.

Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Leviticus 14:1 - 15:33 with the haftarah (additional reading) from Malachi 3:4-24. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.

Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Leviticus 12:1 - 13:59 with the haftarah (additional reading) from 2 Kings 4:42 - 5:19. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.

Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Leviticus 9:1 - 11:47 with the haftarah (additional reading) from 2 Samuel 6:1 - 7:17. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.

Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Leviticus 1:1 - 5:26 with the haftarah (additional reading) from Isaiah 43:21 - 44:23. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.

Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Exodus 38:20 – 40:23 with the haftarah (additional reading) from 1 Kings 7:51 – 8:21. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.

Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Exodus 30:11 – 34:35 with the haftarah (additional reading) from 1 Kings 18, 1-39. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.

Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Exodus 27:20 - 30:10 with the haftarah (additional reading) from Ezekiel 43:10 - 43:27. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.

Each week, Gad Barnea or Sister Agnès de la Croix (from the Community of the Beatitudes) proposes a reflection on the portion of the Pentateuch that is read in the synagogue (parashat hashavua). This week the portion is from Exodus 25:1-27:19 with the haftarah (additional reading) from 1 Kings 5:26-6:13. They call their reflection “ziv” – a ray of light.