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Studying Torah

Thursday, 9th January 2020

When one is in a Shul (Synagogue) and prayers are going on around him/her, even if he/she is not participating in the prayers, at certain points in the prayers one must answer with the congregation - Kedusha, Modim, Aleinu , Kadish or amen. 

The commentaries discuss a situation where one is studying Torah and it comes time to answer Kedusha, Modim, Aleinu , Kadish or amen. 

Should one interrupt to their Torah study to respond as this could result in pausing in one's study? 

The consensus is that you do not need to interrupt your learning to respond to every Amen, Barchu, Kaddish etc. if doing so will lead to Bitul Torah.  Kedusha, however, where it will be blatantly noticeable that you are not joining the Minyan (Quorum), you should stand up and respond.


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