Jewish Mourning Prayer Kaddish
When a parent, relative, or friend passes away, they leave a void that can’t be filled. We feel their absence acutely, yet as time goes on, the memory we had of them begins to fade.
Reciting the Kaddish prayers for a relative that has died creates a tangible and practical way to reinforce a connection that might be dissipating. Kaddish is regarded as one of the most important prayers in all of Jewish liturgy, and Judaic sources maintain that reciting Kaddish provides great benefit to the soul of the deceased.
ReciteKaddish.com assists you in honoring and remembering those who are no longer with us. At your request we can send you email reminders of an upcoming Yahrzeit (anniversary of death). Additionaly, we will provide you with dates and information when Yizkor (the memorial prayer said on Jewish holidays) is recited. Reciting Kaddish, the Jewish prayer for the deceased, at a minyan may not be possible for everyone which is why we offer an option of hiring someone to say Kaddish for you during the first 11 months, as well as on the Yahrzeit every year which is required.