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Junfu Han/Detroit Free Press In the corner of a cancer center in Farmington Hills on Tuesday afternoon, a rabbi and a patient talked about the meaning of the upcoming Jewish high holy days, relationships and death.
Raising the subject on that occasion was doubly embarrassing, for Françoise’s husband was the grandson of a famous rabbi who had died at Auschwitz, and the couple were raising their two sons as Jews.
His youth, however, didn't keep the future rabbi from becoming captivated with the ancient manuscripts.
Raised a strict Catholic, Bettencourt Meyers married Jean-Pierre Meyers, the grandson of a rabbi killed in Auschwitz.
In some of these cases, the couple is said to have gotten permission from a rabbi to break the Sabbath rules.
Barr, 62, is the founding rabbi of Congregation Beth Adam in Loveland.
Visitors have included a rabbi who drove from Caspar, Wyo., and a family who flew in from Washington, D.C., Pleggenkuhle said.
Epstein gets entangled with a Kabbalist rabbi and then involved in a film about the life of King David
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