Seidenfeld brings new excitement to Yeshiva Toras Chaim
It’s a weekday afternoon and Rabbi Naftali Seidenfeld is doing an interview — the hard way. He’s obviously in the car and at least some of his children are riding along. They are, to judge by the background ambience, in high spirits. He’s traversing a mountain road somewhere in New York State’s Catskills, where he’s spending […]
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