Shabbos Bulletin Parshas Korach 5777
There are different opinions about skipping the morning birkos hashachar (to be said later, of course), in order to say more pesukei d’zimra.
Of course, one should NOT be coming to Shul at a point in time that this choice and shayloh are relevant.
Shabbos Bulletin Parshas Shelach Lecha 57775777
After responding to barchu, it is permissible to sit down—even before the chazan repeats the response.
Shabbos Bulletin Parshas Beha’aloscha 5777
The last few words of yishtabach should be grouped as follows:
Chei Ha’olamim (life-force-giver of the worlds)
Melech Kail Chei
Shabbos Bulletin Parshas Nasso 5777
If a person skipped sections of pesukei d’zimrah in order to daven b’tzibur, those sections should be said after davening.
Shabbos Bulletin Parshas Bamidbar and Shavuos 5777
It’s time for that special Friday Minchah again:
If one forgets to say ya’aleh v’yavo at Minchah Friday Rosh Chodesh, and doesn’t remember to repeat shemoneh essrei before it is already too late, and Shabbos is NOT Rosh Chodesh, it is a major shayloh if one can daven ma’ariv twice. Such a case (where you will not be saying yaaleh veyavo at the make-up tefillah) is a general shayloh even if it occurs during weekdays, and the aytzah given is to daven the “repeat” Tefilla as a nedava – but this cannot be done on Shabbos!
Mishnah B’rurah says: Only one shemoneh essrei by Ma’ariv. No aytzah, sorry.
Aruch HaShulchan is noteh: Two amidahs by ma’ariv– the Halacha is to treat the Minchah simply as a missed Tefillah, and it doesn’t matter if you will not be saying ya’aleh v’yavo at the makeup Tefillah.
Rav Malinowitz says: DON’T FORGET YA’ALEH V’YAVO AT MINCHA!! (and if you do, remember that you forgot before sheki’ah – or before you are mekabel Shabbos – and daven Minchah again.)