What These U.S. Rabbis Will Tell Their Congregants on This Year's High Holy Days

Synagogues will be packed once more for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, leaving Jewish spiritual leaders with big choices about what to say in their most high-profile sermons of the year

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Clockwise from top left: Rabbi Jonah Pesner, Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum, Rabbi Harold Kravitz and Rabbi Stephanie Alexander.
Clockwise from top left: Rabbi Jonah Pesner, Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum, Rabbi Harold Kravitz and Rabbi Stephanie Alexander.Credit: Courtesy / Moti Milrod / Dani Sherman / Jenn Cady
Rabbi Jonah Pesner.Credit: Courtesy
A Jewish man blowing a shofar during a Rosh Hashanah ceremony.Credit: Ariel Schalit / AP

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