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Mir was a center of Jewish scholarship in pre-War Europe, the site of the famed Mir Yeshiva that was founded in 1815.
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The functions and Activities we host cover the following and more:-a) Going to musical eventsb) Cinema nightsc) Ten pin bowlingd) Amateur theatre nightse) Dine and dance nightsf) Discussion groupsg) Speakers on various life skillsh) Concerts in the parki) Yoga and Meditation groupsj) Restaurant eventsk) Trivia nightsl) Yiddish Speaking functionsm) Hebrew speaking functionsn) Volunteer support groupso) Weekly walking groupp) Opera and Balletq) Shabbat Dinners & Shabbatonsr) Exhibitions, tours, galleriess) Sunday brunchest) Regular Meet and Greet dinnersu) Book Club We run monthly Meet n Greet dinners for potential applicants to meet our members.
On this same day in 1942, Metropolitan Andrei Szeptycki, a bishop with the Greek Catholic Church in Nazi-occupied Lemberg (Lwow), Poland, issued orders for the clergy in his jurisdiction to shelter Jewish children.
Ignoring risks to his position and his life (in Poland there was an automatic death penalty for aiding Jews), Szeptycki spoke out against Hitler, and threatened "with Divine punishment" anyone who "shed innocent blood.” Szeptycki led by example: He hid 21 Jews in his own cathedral, and 183 more in convents and monasteries.