Someone who comes late to Davening

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One should make a great effort to daven with a minyan because Hashem doesn't reject the Tefillah of a congregation and the Tefillah is more accepted by Hashem.[1] The halachot below are for someone who comes late to Shacharit. For the halacha of someone who come late to Maariv, please see the Coming Late to Maariv page.

Someone who comes late to Davening

  1. Someone who comes late to Davening and sees the minyan up to the end of Pesukei Dezimrah and if he davens the usual order he won’t be able to daven Shemona Esrah with a Minyan[2], he should do the following order: put on Tallit and Tefillin, say Elokei Netsor, Brachot Hatorah, Baruch Sh’amar, Ashrei, Haleluyah Halelu Min HaShamayim, Haleluyah El Bekodsho, Yishtabach, Brachot Yotzer, Shema, Brachot Geulah, Shmoneh Esrei with a Minyan or with the Chazarat HaShatz which is also called davening with a Minyan [3], after davening he can return to say the Brachot Hashachar, Parshat Akeda, Korbanot and mizmorim of Pesukei Dezimrah that were skipped. [4] However, one should not be making up these prayers during Chazarat Hashatz. [5]

    If one has less time

  2. If there’s less time than that one should also skip Haleluyah Halelu Min HaShamayim and if there’s less time than that one should also skip Haleluyah El Bekodsho.[6]
  3. If there’s less time than that one should skip all of Pesukei Dezimrah, but after Shmoneh Esrei one should say Pesukei DeZimrah without the Brachot in Baruch SheAmar and Yishtabach. [7]
  4. If the minyan is saying the shmoneh esrei and one has not yet recited keriat shema one should not skip shema and the berachot in order to recite the shmoneh esrei with the tzibbur because being somech geula litfillah for shacharit is more important. [8]
  5. If one skipped Pesukei Dezimrah and then made a mistake in Shmoneh Esrei for which he needs to repeat (forgetting Yaleh VeYavo on Rosh Chodesh), since he has to say Shmoneh Esrei again he should first say Pesukei Dezimrah with the Shem Umalchut in the Baruch Sh’amar and Yishtabach. [9] [Seemingly this is only if one already missed davening Shema Esreh with a minyan, meaning starting Shmoneh Esrei with the Chazan.]

If one has more time

  1. If one has some more time he should add the mizmorim from Haleluyah Halili Nafshi to Haleluyah Halelu El Bekosho.[10]
  2. If one has more time he should add the first four pesukim of Vayvarech David. [11]
  3. If one has more time he should add Az Yashir. [12]
  4. If one has more time, according to Ashkenazim who say Hodo after Baruch Sh’amar should add Hodo, but according to Sefardim should add the rest of the pesukim of Pesukei Dezimrah (such as Mizmor Letodah and Yehe Kavod). [13]
  5. If one has more time one should add some Korbanot starting with Lefikach until Shema and Baruch Shem, then parshat Tamid, ketoret until and not including Rabban Shimon Ben Gamliel, then Anna Bechoach and the Ribbon HaOlamim, Lechen Yehe Rason , (if there’s time add Aizehu Mekoman), then Hodo until UBeNiveye Al Tirau, El Nikamot until Hashem Hoshea Hamelech ,Hashem Melech, Lamnatzeach and continue with Pesukei Dezimrah. [14]
  6. On Shabbat, one should skip Nishmat and not Pesukei Dezimrah. But if there’s not enough time to say the mizmorim before Pesukei Dezimrah, Pesukei Dezimrah and Nishmat one should skip the mizmorim before Pesukei Dezimrah and not Nishmat. If he has more time to say some of the mizmorim before Pesukei Dezimrah, he should say mizmors “Hashamayim Mesaprim”, Ledavid Beshenato” and “Tefilah Lemoshe”. [15]

    Shabbat

  7. If one arrives late to shul on Shabbat and will have to skip certian parts of the prayer in order to say the Shmoneh Esrei with the tzibbur some say it's better that he should skip the korbanot while some say it is better that he should skip the chapters of tehillim special for shabbat. [16]

    Sources

  1. Shulchan Aruch 90:8, Mishna BrurahRabbi Yisrael Meir Kagan (1838 – 1933), known popularly as The Chofetz Chaim from his book on the laws of [[Lashon Hara]], was an influential Lithuanian Rabbi, author of the Mishna Brurah as well as the Beur Halacha which is in more detail and the Shaar Hatziyun which quotes sources 52:3 and 90:28, Rabbi Hershel Schachter (cited by Bet Yitzchak vol 30, p. 590)
  2. There’s a famous dispute between the Kabbalist and Halachists whether one should forgo the regular order of Tefilah or forgo davening with a Tzibbur. The Halachists including the Tur, S”A and RamaRabbi Moshe Isserles (1525-1572), Rabbi in Cracow, Poland, major ashkenazic halachic authority. Author of Darkei Moshe on the Tur, Sh"t Harama a set of responsa, and most famously the haghot on the SA. hold one should skip in order to get davening with a Tzibbur. The Chacham TzviRabbi Tzvi Hersh ben Yaakov Ashkenazi (1656-1718), ashkenazic rabbi who served as rabbi in many different communities including sephardic ones in Germany, Poland, England and Amsterdam, father of Rav Yaakov Emden, author of responsa Chacham Tzvi. 36 also says that one should skip according to the Arizal because the order of Tefilah is only Lechatchila and the importance of Tefilah BeTzibbur is an overriding factor. So writes the S”A in Magim Mesharim that it’s important to be on time so as not to ruin the order, implying if one was late one skips. So say the YaavetzRabbi Yaakov Emden ben Tzvi (1697-1776), son of Chacham Tzvi, author of Responsa Yaavetz, Mor Uketzia on Shulchan Aruch, and several other sefarim in Mor Ukesia 52, Eliya Raba 52:5, Kesher Gudal 5:10, Meorei Or (Bear Sheva 21b). However, Bear Heteiv 52 records the practice of the pious not to change the order even if they were late. Shalmei Tzibbur 9b, Minchat Aharon 12:13, Ben Ish ChaiRabbi Yosef Chaim (1832 – 1909) was a leading Sephardic Rabbi, author of the Ben Ish Chai as well as Sh"t Rav Pealim, and Rabbi of Baghdad. in Ben Yehoyada (R”H 35a), Sh”t Yaskil Avdi O”C 1:2(6), Sh”t Simchat Cohen 7:6, and Kaf Hachaim Sofer 52 agree. See also the Shalmei Tzibur quoting the Chacham TzviRabbi Tzvi Hersh ben Yaakov Ashkenazi (1656-1718), ashkenazic rabbi who served as rabbi in many different communities including sephardic ones in Germany, Poland, England and Amsterdam, father of Rav Yaakov Emden, author of responsa Chacham Tzvi. on p. 67c. However, Mamar Mordechai 52:1 says davening in order even at the expense of praying with a minyan only applies to someone who always follows the Arizal but since we follow S”A (especially according to the Chacham TzviRabbi Tzvi Hersh ben Yaakov Ashkenazi (1656-1718), ashkenazic rabbi who served as rabbi in many different communities including sephardic ones in Germany, Poland, England and Amsterdam, father of Rav Yaakov Emden, author of responsa Chacham Tzvi. who says the Arizal agrees to the S”A) one should skip. Naveh Shalom 1 pg 124d, Sh”t Shaar Shlomo Zorafa 60, Chesed LeAlafim 52, and Mishna BrurahRabbi Yisrael Meir Kagan (1838 – 1933), known popularly as The Chofetz Chaim from his book on the laws of [[Lashon Hara]], was an influential Lithuanian Rabbi, author of the Mishna Brurah as well as the Beur Halacha which is in more detail and the Shaar Hatziyun which quotes sources 52:1,6 agree. see further Sh”t Igrot Moshe O”C 4: 91, Sh”t Yacheve Daat 5:5.
  3. The following hold it’s Tefilah Betzibbur: Sh”t Me’at Mayim 21, Taharat Mayim 400:9 in name of Rambam, Sh”t Chatam SoferRabbi Moshe Sofer (1762-1839), Born in germany, Rabbi in hungary. 4(edition Yerushalim 5733), Petach Hadvir 52, Ashel Avraham 52, Sh”T Bear Yitzchak O”C 20:2, Chazon IshRabbi Avraham Yishaya Karelitz (1878-1953), born in Belarus but emigrated to Israel, one of the leaders of the Charedi movement in Bnei Brak, author of Chazon Ish on Shulchan Aruch, brother-in-law of the Steipler Gaon. 19:7, Sh”T Ish Matzliach O”C 11, Bear Moshe 1:12, Sh”t Shevet Levi 4:11. Sh”T Pri Tevuah 68, Sh”t Yechave DaatRabbi Ovadia Yosef (1920-2013), born in Iraq lives in Israel, former sephardic chief rabbi of Israel, one of the foremost sephardic halachia authorities, author of Sh"t Yechave Daat, Sh"t Yabia Omer, both halachic responsa and Chazon Ovadia with halachot of [[Shabbat]] and the [[holidays]]. Father of Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef and Rabbi David Yosef. Y”D 5:7 . However the Pri megadim 52e, Sh”t Chavselet Hasharon O”C 2, Sh”t Amudei Esh 3:7, Sh”t Igrot Moshe O”C 3:9 argue it shouldn’t be considered Tefilah Betzibbur.
  4. S”A 52:1. Siddur Rav Amram Goan 1:102 says if one’s late he should just say Baruch Sh’amar, Tehilat LeDavid (Ashrei without the first two pesukim), and Yishtabach. Smak 11, quotes Rav Neturei Goan who says one should add Haleluyah El Bekodsho. The Smag (Asin 19 pg 109b), Hagahot Maimon (Tefilat 7:50) in name of Rav Moshe Goan agrees. The Hagahot Smak 11 adds Haleluyah Min HaShamayim. Hagahot Maimon writes this in name of Sefer HaMitzvot. RoshRabbi Asher ben Yechiel (1250-1327), often referred to by the acronym of his name, Rosh, one of the more prominent Ashkenazic Rishonim, born in Germany, died in Spain, author of commentary published in the back of the gemaras, father of the Tur. (Brachot 2:5) and Talmidei Rabbeinu Yonah (Brachot 23a) hold like Rav Amram Goan. S”A 52:1 holds like the Hagahot Smak that if there’s less time one skips Haleluyah Min Hashamayim. RamaRabbi Moshe Isserles (1525-1572), Rabbi in Cracow, Poland, major ashkenazic halachic authority. Author of Darkei Moshe on the Tur, Sh"t Harama a set of responsa, and most famously the haghot on the SA. adds that if there’s less time one also skips Haleluyah El Bekodsho.
  5. Yalkut YosefRabbi Yitzchak Yosef (b. 1952), sephardic Chief Rabbi of Israel, son of Rav Ovadia Yosef and brother of Rabbi David Yosef, is the author of Yalkut Yosef, which is a encyclopedic work of Sephardic halacha. Sheerit Yosef 1:page 12 and Hilchot Hashkamat Haboker 5764 page 1129
  6. S”A 52:1 holds like the Hagahot Smak that if there’s less time one skips Haleluyah Min Hashamayim. RamaRabbi Moshe Isserles (1525-1572), Rabbi in Cracow, Poland, major ashkenazic halachic authority. Author of Darkei Moshe on the Tur, Sh"t Harama a set of responsa, and most famously the haghot on the SA. based on Rav Amram Goan adds that if there’s less time one also skips Haleluyah El Bekodsho. RamaRabbi Moshe Isserles (1525-1572), Rabbi in Cracow, Poland, major ashkenazic halachic authority. Author of Darkei Moshe on the Tur, Sh"t Harama a set of responsa, and most famously the haghot on the SA. 52:1 based on the RoshRabbi Asher ben Yechiel (1250-1327), often referred to by the acronym of his name, Rosh, one of the more prominent Ashkenazic Rishonim, born in Germany, died in Spain, author of commentary published in the back of the gemaras, father of the Tur. (Brachot 5:6), Mishna BrurahRabbi Yisrael Meir Kagan (1838 – 1933), known popularly as The Chofetz Chaim from his book on the laws of [[Lashon Hara]], was an influential Lithuanian Rabbi, author of the Mishna Brurah as well as the Beur Halacha which is in more detail and the Shaar Hatziyun which quotes sources 52:6, and Kitzur Shulchan Aruch 14:7 hold that at a minimum one may say an abbreviated Pesukei Dezimrah consisting of only Baruch SheAmar, Ashrei, and Yishtabach.
    • S”A 52:1 writes that if one sees that the congregation is up to the Brachot of Shema and one will not have time to say Pesukei DeZimrah, one should start the Brachot of Shema with the congregation and after one said Shmoneh Esrei one may not say Baruch SheAmar and Yishtabach. This is based on the following Geonim and Rishonim: Siddur Rav Amram Goan 1:102 pf 200a) in name of Rav Neturnai Goan, Aruch (Erech Tefilah), Sh”t RashbaRabbi Shlomo ben Aderet (1235-1310), one of the foremost Sephardic Rishonim in Spain, known as the Rashba, the acronym of his name, author of commentary on the Gemara Chiddushei Harashba, Torat Habayit on laws of [[kashrut]], and of a set of Responsa. 3:285, Machzor Vitri 23, Or Zaruha 1:100, Smak 12:77, Hagahot Maimon Tefilah 7:50, RashbaRabbi Shlomo ben Aderet (1235-1310), one of the foremost Sephardic Rishonim in Spain, known as the Rashba, the acronym of his name, author of commentary on the Gemara Chiddushei Harashba, Torat Habayit on laws of [[kashrut]], and of a set of Responsa. 1:589 in name of Ramban, and Shibolei HaLeket (Siman 7). See, however, the opinion of the Rabbenu Yonah (Brachot 23a) that one may say these Brachot after Shmoneh Esrei.
    • Mishna BrurahRabbi Yisrael Meir Kagan (1838 – 1933), known popularly as The Chofetz Chaim from his book on the laws of [[Lashon Hara]], was an influential Lithuanian Rabbi, author of the Mishna Brurah as well as the Beur Halacha which is in more detail and the Shaar Hatziyun which quotes sources 52:6 quotes the Mishkenaot Yacov who argues on Shulchan Aruch and says that it's preferable to say Shmoneh Esrei alone rather than skip Pesukei DeZimrah. However, Rabbi Hershel Schachter (cited by Bet Yitzchak vol 30, p. 593) quoting Rav Soloveitchik and Rav Ovadyah in Sh"t Yachava Daat 5:5 hold that like Shulchan Aruch that it's preferable to say Shmoneh Esrei with the congregation rather than say Pesukei DeZimrah with Brachot.
  7. Shulchan Aruch 111:3, Mishna BrurahRabbi Yisrael Meir Kagan (1838 – 1933), known popularly as The Chofetz Chaim from his book on the laws of [[Lashon Hara]], was an influential Lithuanian Rabbi, author of the Mishna Brurah as well as the Beur Halacha which is in more detail and the Shaar Hatziyun which quotes sources 111:11. Mishna BrurahRabbi Yisrael Meir Kagan (1838 – 1933), known popularly as The Chofetz Chaim from his book on the laws of [[Lashon Hara]], was an influential Lithuanian Rabbi, author of the Mishna Brurah as well as the Beur Halacha which is in more detail and the Shaar Hatziyun which quotes sources adds that for arvit one would skip to shmoneh esrei with the tzibbur rahter than saying kriat shema with the berachot. see Coming Late to Maariv.
  8. Hagahot Rabbi Akiva EigerRabbi Akiva Eiger (1761-1837), author of tosfot rabbi akiva eiger on mishnayot, gilyon hashas on the side margin of the traditional gemara, chiddushei rabbi akiva eiger, and three volumes of teshuvot rabbi akiva eiger. 52 says if one forgot to say mashiv haruach one should say Pesukei Dezimrah with Brachot before he repeats Shmoneh Esrei. Maharsham in Daat Torah 52 quotes Sh”t Tiferet Tzvi 15 who agrees to Rabbi Akiva EigerRabbi Akiva Eiger (1761-1837), author of tosfot rabbi akiva eiger on mishnayot, gilyon hashas on the side margin of the traditional gemara, chiddushei rabbi akiva eiger, and three volumes of teshuvot rabbi akiva eiger. but says on Rosh Chodesh one should first say Hallel with the Tzibbur before saying Pesukei Dezimrah but then one can only say Pesukei Dezimrah without Brachot since Hallel fulfills the obligation of saying praise from tehilim for the day. Torat Chaim Sofer 52e says against the Rabbi Akiva EigerRabbi Akiva Eiger (1761-1837), author of tosfot rabbi akiva eiger on mishnayot, gilyon hashas on the side margin of the traditional gemara, chiddushei rabbi akiva eiger, and three volumes of teshuvot rabbi akiva eiger. so that one should repeat immediately so as not to interrupt between Geulah and Tefilah. Halacha BrurahRabbi David Yosef (1957- ), sephardic posek in Yerushalayim. The author of Halacha Brurah, a commentary on Shulchan Aruch, Torat Hamoadim, on the laws of the [[holidays]] and Torat Hatahara, on the laws of Taharat Hamishpacha. Son of Chacham Ovadia Yosef and brother of Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef 52:2 holds like Rabbi Akiva EigerRabbi Akiva Eiger (1761-1837), author of tosfot rabbi akiva eiger on mishnayot, gilyon hashas on the side margin of the traditional gemara, chiddushei rabbi akiva eiger, and three volumes of teshuvot rabbi akiva eiger., Daat Torah, and Sh”t Tiferet Tzvi since anyway one is repeating Shmoneh Esrei one has to first prepare with praise as in Pesukei Dezimrah. Lumdus in Halacha: [Birur Halacha 52:3 says one could argue on the Rabbi Akiva EigerRabbi Akiva Eiger (1761-1837), author of tosfot rabbi akiva eiger on mishnayot, gilyon hashas on the side margin of the traditional gemara, chiddushei rabbi akiva eiger, and three volumes of teshuvot rabbi akiva eiger. based on the dispute of Rishonim (Tosfot Brachot 26b) whether one goes back for a Shmoneh Esrei that one forgot the Yaleh VeYavo can repeat if he’s not able to add the Yaleh Veyavo in the Tashmulin. According to one opinion one can return since it’s as if he didn’t pray at all and according to the other opinion one can’t repeat because he has nothing to add. So too according to the opinion that it’s not as if he didn’t pray at all, then one shouldn’t be able to say Pesukei Dezimrah with Brachot. Perhaps one can answer that only by Yaleh VeYavo which is just an addition is there a dispute if the Shmoneh Esrei counts, but by Mashiv HaRuach or Ten Tal UMatar which is part of the words of the Bracha everyone agrees that it’s as if he didn’t pray. Rav Chaim MeBrisk (Shuirei Grach pg 74) agrees. Thus, only by Mashiv HaRuach does Rabbi Akiva EigerRabbi Akiva Eiger (1761-1837), author of tosfot rabbi akiva eiger on mishnayot, gilyon hashas on the side margin of the traditional gemara, chiddushei rabbi akiva eiger, and three volumes of teshuvot rabbi akiva eiger. say you can say Pesukei Dezimrah but not for Yaleh VeYavo. However we don’t pasken like this idea because Yalkut YosefRabbi Yitzchak Yosef (b. 1952), sephardic Chief Rabbi of Israel, son of Rav Ovadia Yosef and brother of Rabbi David Yosef, is the author of Yalkut Yosef, which is a encyclopedic work of Sephardic halacha. 1 pg 238 says that Ten Tal UMatar is even more of an addition since if one remembers within the Shema Esreh Ten Tal UMatar can be said even in Shema Kolenu but Yaleh Veyavo requires you to return to the beginning of the Bracha Ratzeh. So writes the Sh”t Har Tzvi O”C 54, Magen AvrahamRabbi Avraham Gombiner Halevi (1637-1683), Rav in poland, author of Magen Avraham on SA OC. 108:16, Sh”t Chesed LeAvraham (Mehudra Tanina 20)]
  9. Magen AvrahamRabbi Avraham Gombiner Halevi (1637-1683), Rav in poland, author of Magen Avraham on SA OC. 52:1 says even though it sounds from RamaRabbi Moshe Isserles (1525-1572), Rabbi in Cracow, Poland, major ashkenazic halachic authority. Author of Darkei Moshe on the Tur, Sh"t Harama a set of responsa, and most famously the haghot on the SA. 52 that one should add Hodu if one has time, the RifRabbi Yitzchak Alfasi (1013-1103), one of the earliest Sephardic rishonim and halachic deciders, known by the acronym of his name, Rif, author of Halachot published in the back of the gemaras. already wrote that the main part of Pesukei Dezimrah is from Tehilat Ledavid to Kol hanishama, meaning that they precede Hodu and so the RamaRabbi Moshe Isserles (1525-1572), Rabbi in Cracow, Poland, major ashkenazic halachic authority. Author of Darkei Moshe on the Tur, Sh"t Harama a set of responsa, and most famously the haghot on the SA. only meant to add this after one was already saying all the Haleluyah’s and so agrees the Smag. So says Biur Gra 52:3, Bear Hetiev 52:3, Machsit HaShekel 52:1, Shulchan Aruch HaRavRabbi Shneur Zalman of Liady (1745 – 1812), was the first Rebbe of Chabad and author of Shulchan Aruch HaRav and the Tanya. 52:1, Mishna BrurahRabbi Yisrael Meir Kagan (1838 – 1933), known popularly as The Chofetz Chaim from his book on the laws of [[Lashon Hara]], was an influential Lithuanian Rabbi, author of the Mishna Brurah as well as the Beur Halacha which is in more detail and the Shaar Hatziyun which quotes sources 52:4.
  10. Halacha BrurahRabbi David Yosef (1957- ), sephardic posek in Yerushalayim. The author of Halacha Brurah, a commentary on Shulchan Aruch, Torat Hamoadim, on the laws of the [[holidays]] and Torat Hatahara, on the laws of Taharat Hamishpacha. Son of Chacham Ovadia Yosef and brother of Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef 52:3 in name of Chaye Adam 19:4.
  11. Halacha BrurahRabbi David Yosef (1957- ), sephardic posek in Yerushalayim. The author of Halacha Brurah, a commentary on Shulchan Aruch, Torat Hamoadim, on the laws of the [[holidays]] and Torat Hatahara, on the laws of Taharat Hamishpacha. Son of Chacham Ovadia Yosef and brother of Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef 52:3 in name of Chaye Adam 19:4.
  12. RamaRabbi Moshe Isserles (1525-1572), Rabbi in Cracow, Poland, major ashkenazic halachic authority. Author of Darkei Moshe on the Tur, Sh"t Harama a set of responsa, and most famously the haghot on the SA. 52:1 in name of Hagahot Maimon Tefilah 7:50 says if one has more time than saying Pesukei Dezimrah with skipping one should add Hodu. Magen AvrahamRabbi Avraham Gombiner Halevi (1637-1683), Rav in poland, author of Magen Avraham on SA OC. 52:1 explains that the RamaRabbi Moshe Isserles (1525-1572), Rabbi in Cracow, Poland, major ashkenazic halachic authority. Author of Darkei Moshe on the Tur, Sh"t Harama a set of responsa, and most famously the haghot on the SA. only means to add this after we add Vayevarech David since that’s the opinion of the Smag. This is also the opinion of Mishna BrurahRabbi Yisrael Meir Kagan (1838 – 1933), known popularly as The Chofetz Chaim from his book on the laws of [[Lashon Hara]], was an influential Lithuanian Rabbi, author of the Mishna Brurah as well as the Beur Halacha which is in more detail and the Shaar Hatziyun which quotes sources 52:4. Aruch HashulchanRabbi Yechiel Michel Halevi Epstein (1829-1908). He was a community rabbi and a posek in Novardok, Lithuania. 52 says that Az Yashir precedes Hodu against the Chaye Adam who says Hodu precedes Az Yashir. Bear Hetiev 52:3 in name of Lechem Chamudot that Mizmor Letodah is on the level of Hodu. Sephardim follow the Maamer Mordechai 52:2 and Kaf Hachaim 52:3.
  13. Halacha BrurahRabbi David Yosef (1957- ), sephardic posek in Yerushalayim. The author of Halacha Brurah, a commentary on Shulchan Aruch, Torat Hamoadim, on the laws of the [[holidays]] and Torat Hatahara, on the laws of Taharat Hamishpacha. Son of Chacham Ovadia Yosef and brother of Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef 52:3, Sh”t Rav Poalim O”C 2:4, Sh”t Yechave DaatRabbi Ovadia Yosef (1920-2013), born in Iraq lives in Israel, former sephardic chief rabbi of Israel, one of the foremost sephardic halachia authorities, author of Sh"t Yechave Daat, Sh"t Yabia Omer, both halachic responsa and Chazon Ovadia with halachot of [[Shabbat]] and the [[holidays]]. Father of Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef and Rabbi David Yosef. 5:5 in the footnote, Sh”t Ish Matzliach 1:15pg 42a, 76c.
  14. Halacha BrurahRabbi David Yosef (1957- ), sephardic posek in Yerushalayim. The author of Halacha Brurah, a commentary on Shulchan Aruch, Torat Hamoadim, on the laws of the [[holidays]] and Torat Hatahara, on the laws of Taharat Hamishpacha. Son of Chacham Ovadia Yosef and brother of Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef 52:4. Chaye Adam 19:6 says Nishmat is an obligation of Shabbat (based on Pesachim 118a) and if there’s little time one just says Brauch Sh’amar, Tehilat Ledavid, Nishmat, Yishtabach. This is also the opinion of Mishna BrurahRabbi Yisrael Meir Kagan (1838 – 1933), known popularly as The Chofetz Chaim from his book on the laws of [[Lashon Hara]], was an influential Lithuanian Rabbi, author of the Mishna Brurah as well as the Beur Halacha which is in more detail and the Shaar Hatziyun which quotes sources 52:5. The Sh”t Meshiev Halacha 439-440 adds that should even miss Tefilah Betibbur for Nishmat. However it seems that even the Chaye Adam would agree that one can skip Nishmat for Tefilah Betzibbur. On the other hand, Shalmei Tzibbur (shalmei chagiga pg 203b) holds Pesukei Dezimrah comes before Nishmat since it’s a Tadir- regularly said passage compared to Nishmat. This is also the opinion of Siddur Bet Menucha 133b, Kitzur Shulchan Aruch 14:7, Shaarei Teshuva 281e in name of Shalmei Tzibbur. Sh”t yecha Daat 5:5 footnote 1 argues with the Chaye Adam in that Nishmat is only a Minhag (based on Rambam and Talmidei Rabbenu Yonah), similairly the Sh”t Michtam LeDavid O”C 13 says it’s not sourced in the gemara, meaning the practice of saying it on Shabbat isn’t in the gemara. The Lechem Hapanim on Kitzur Shulchan Aruch and Leviat Chen 18 agree.
  15. Yalkut YosefRabbi Yitzchak Yosef (b. 1952), sephardic Chief Rabbi of Israel, son of Rav Ovadia Yosef and brother of Rabbi David Yosef, is the author of Yalkut Yosef, which is a encyclopedic work of Sephardic halacha. Hilchot Hashkamat Haboker 5764 page 116. In conclusion, he prefers the latter.