Rabbis' Kaddish

May His Name be magnified and sanctified. [Amen] In the world that He created as He willed.

May He inaugurate His Kingdom, sprout forth His deliverance, and bring near His Messiah [Amen] during your lives, during your days, and during the lives of the entire house of Yisra’el, quickly and soon. Now say, Amen.

 

[Amen. May His great Name be blessed forever and for all eternity.]

 

May His great Name be blessed forever and for all eternity.

 

Blessed, acclaimed, glorified, exalted, uplifted, honored, elevated , and praised be the Name of the Holy One, blessed is He [blessed is He] far above (DURING THE DAYS OF AWE far, far above) every blessing, song, praise or comforting word that is said in the world. Now, say, Amen. [Amen.]

 

Upon Yisra’el, upon our rabbis, upon their disciples, upon all of their disciples’ disciples, and upon all who engage in Torah study who are in this place or anywhere else—may they and you have abundant peace, grace, devotion, compassion, long life, plentiful food, and salvation from their Father Who is in heaven. Now say, Amen. [Amen.]

 

May there be abundant peace from Heaven and life for us and for all Yisra’el. Now say, Amen. [Amen.]

 

May the One Who makes peace in His heights make peace in His compassion for us and for all Yisra’el. Now say, Amen. [Amen.]

 

*After a minyan gathers to study, it is customary to conclude by reciting the Rabbis’ Kaddish. It should be recited by mourners, if they are present, if not, another person may recite it. Others respond with the words in brackets.