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Employment History

Director

Masorti AMLAT


Regional Director for Latin America

Masorti AMLAT


Rabbi

Masorti AMLAT


Rabbi

Paseo Prado


Rabbi


Web References(34 Total References)


MERCAZ OLAMI

www.masortiworld.org [cached]

Rabbi Shmuel Szteinhendler, Director of Masorti AMLATkolstein@vtr.net


Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs - Calendar

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At the FJMC International Convention 2005, I had the honor to present 100 mezuzot to Rabbi Shmuel Szteinhendler, the Masorti Regional Director for Latin America.


November 2006 Monthly Report | Masorti Olami

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November 2006 - Kislev 5767 By Judy Dvorak Gray Jews in Cuba Celebrate 100 years By Rabbi Shmuel Szteinhendler, Director of Masorti AMLAT (Latin America) Rabbi Shmuel Szteinhendler from Chile has been a regular visitor to teach and strengthen the Jewish community in Cuba since the early 1990's.
November 2006 - Kislev 5767 By Judy Dvorak Gray Jews in Cuba Celebrate 100 years By Rabbi Shmuel Szteinhendler, Director of Masorti AMLAT (Latin America) Rabbi Shmuel Szteinhendler from Chile has been a regular visitor to teach and strengthen the Jewish community in Cuba since the early 1990's. Rabbi Szteinhendler was invited to attend the centennial celebration and reports: We just came back yesterday very early at 4 a.m. from Cuba where the celebrations of the Centennial were really touching.


www.jta.org

Strolling on Paseo Prado, one of the Cuban capital's main boulevard, Rabbi Shmuel Szteinhendler, with eyes open wide and a broad smile, stops a group of schoolchildren and enchants them to sing.
"Being a rabbi has to be a kind of vocation - a passion - a mission," says Szteinhendler, 49. His mission, he says, is "to give a meaning to being in this world." "Rabbi Szteinhendler is our spiritual father," says Yosef Levy, president of the Sephardic Jewish Center here. Szteinhendler began his communal career at the age of 15 in Buenos Aires, where he later was ordained as a Conservative rabbi. For the past 18 years, he led a congregation in Guadalajara, Mexico. But, in January 1992, Szteinhendler made his first visit here at the behest of the American Jewish Distribution Committee, which had entered Cuba a year before to provide community-development expertise in reinvigorating a long- dormant Jewish community. "I remember they told me, `Don't forget us,' because other rabbis had come and gone," Szteinhendler recalls of the Jews he met then. When he returned two months later with religious supplies, "they were shocked that I returned." Szteinhendler's inspirational appeal to this community now totaling some 2,000 people quickly became apparent when he accompanied a JDC board mission to Cuba in early December. The trip coincided with the 40th anniversary of the Patronato, the main synagogue here. Szteinhendler was continually praised by Cuban Jews, both old and young, for his work with their community. At times he could be seen fighting back the tears of joy that come from knowing deep inside that in Cuba he had clearly fulfilled his mission in life. "When you perform a mitzveh for someone, it is not so important that the person thank you," Szteinhendler says. "You must thank the person who allowed you to perform the mitzvah - and then you really feel alive." Szteinhendler, who recently moved to Santiago, Chile, to head a congregation, is not alone in bringing to Cuba the vitality of the Argentine Jewish community, the largest in Latin America.


www.thejewishweek.com

The JDC sent Rabbi Shmuel Szteinhendler from Argentina to reach out to Jews who'd lost touch with their roots in the dogmatic years of the revolution.


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