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Halacha - kaddish for two people
Submitted by Sylvain Blumenfrucht  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question: I not long ago undertook to say Kaddish for the full year for a cousin of mine who died childless. I also have undertaken (for many years already) to say Kaddish for grandparents and an uncle who also has no one to say Kaddish for them on their Yahrzeit. So this year I have a problem when these clash, like next Shabbes it is my late grandmother's Yahrzeit and I have the daily obligation I undertook on behalf of my cousin. Obviously on my late parents Yahrzeit where I am a Chiyuv on all acccounts I get someone else to say Kaddish for my cousin. What is the correct thing to do in the case of a clash like I have coming up next Shabbes?
Answer:

The simplest solution would be to designate one Kaddish for the cousin and a different one for you grandparent.

posted:2014-01-02 03:35:09

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