A Painful Duty: Consoling a Town Preparing to Bury Its Children

At The New York Times, Cara Buckley profiles Rabbi Shaul Praver, who leads Temple Adath Israel in Newtown and has provided spiritual counsel to his congregant Veronique Pozner, who lost her son Noah in the tragedy. “She found a lot of consolation in the idea that death doesn’t really exist—it’s just a transformation because we all come from God and everything in the world is from God,” Praver said. 

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