Over the past week, four Chabad Rabonim were invited to deliver Shiurim in practical Halacha to the Yungeleit of the Kolel L’horaah Ma’asis of Crown Heights
The Yungeleit are currently learning the laws of Eruvin in the morning, and the laws of Yuchsin / Kidushin in the afternoon.
On Monday morning, Rabbi Moshe Weiss from Sherman Oaks, California, presented the various approaches to officiating a Chuppah for a couple where the bride refuses to go to Mikvah.
On Monday afternoon, Rabbi Sholom Shuchat, the Rosh Kolel, explored the different ways to determine whether someone really is a Cohen or not.
On Tuesday, Rabbi Yehoram Ulman, Av Beis Din of Sydney, discussed the seven approaches to determining the status of child born from different fertility treatments, when is Geirus mandated, and how to do Geirus for a minor. The Shiur was not recorded.
On Wednesday, Rabbi Mendy Cohen from Sacramento, California, discussed the Alter Rebbe’s view on determining when sunset really is, and why Chabad doesn’t follow the opinion of Rabeinu Tam for Motzoei Shabbos.
On Thursday, Rabbi Yonasan Johnson, Rosh Kolel of Melbourne, and member of the Vaad Harabonim of the Melbourne Eruv, explained how the Melbourne Eruv was expanded, and how to do an Eruv with utility poles.
The Kolel L’horaah Ma’asis, on its third year now, is led by the Rosh Kolel Rabbi Shuchat, Sgan Rosh Kolel Rabbi Shraga Homnick, and Menahel Rabbi Yosef Greenwald, and aims to provide Chabad Yungeleit with the learning and training needed to become knowledgeable and successful Chassidishe Rabonim, by providing a structured curriculum and many Shimush opportunities.