The website is showing the incorrect Haftarah for Ki Teitzei when Parshat Re'eh is Shabbat Rosh Chodesh. If the website is going to say that the Haftarah for Shabbat Rosh Chodesh is read for Parshat Re'eh, then the Haftarah for Ki Teitzei should show that it's Isaiah 54:1 - 55:5.
I know there are a few different traditions for when this happens, but there's no such tradition where the Haftarah for Shabbat Rosh Chodesh is read for Parshat Re'eh, and the Haftarah for Parshat Ki Teitzei remains unchanged (54:01 - 54:10), as the website currently displays.
The following API call returns no Havdalah event on December 28, 2019:
BC converter no longer works - even with the 10day accuracy warning - how can we use an older version of the website?!
what good reason could you possibly have to break your own converter? your BC Hebrew/Gregorian converter no longer works - even with your CYA "10day accuracy" warning - how can we get it back or use an older version of the website?!
Is it possible to create a recurring event on a google calendar that has been synched with Hebcal that is based on the Hebrew date but will match us with the english date in future years? For example, if I wanted to input an annual event on the 9th of Iyar would that be feasible?
Would be really cool to add support for identifying which day is Yom Tov and work should be avoided and which day is a normal holiday where work is permitted.
When exporting the calendar to Google Calendar, it shows all the dates as a single color with the same description
Possible ways to improve:
1. Change color of yom tov holiday something different than default color
2. Add a note to the yom tov holidays stating that it is a yom tov.
For example, Pesach is coming up and all the days are the same on my calendar. Would be nice to have a way to identify that the first two days and last two days are different
How about adding
the 4 blood moons of 2014-2015 being the final jubilee year event,to your customizactions
thanks for Hebcal. Shabbos this past Friday, December 20 began in Philadelphia, PA USA at 4:19; that’s two minutes later than the previous Shabbos. Usually, Shabbos doesn’t start to get later until the following one or two Sabbaths following Chanukah. What’s going on?
Hi there - I was just looking at Parshat Terumah in 2020, and found that the aliyot for full kriyah don't line up with the tikkun (and multiple chumashim that I consulted to double check). The 2nd aliyah should be 25:17-40 (which is the end of 25), and then the aliyot continue to differ from there on. Is there anyone who can address this, so others aren't confused? Thanks!
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