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Shaya Winiarz


Shaya Winiarz grew up in Staten Island, NY, in the early 1990s. He is a second-generation student of the Chofetz Chaim yeshiva network and is currently studying at the mother-ship, the Rabbinical Seminary of America, in Queens, NY. He is a practicing mohel and shochet, as well as a popular newspaper columnist and lecturer. This sefer is his third published work, following on the heels of Making a Difference: The Story of Reb Dovid Winiarz and Let There Be Time: The Meaning and Messages of the Jewish Months.