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# One should stand when answering Barchu, however, one may sit after one said Barchu even before the Shaliach Tzibbur repeated the Barchu out loud.<Ref>Sh”t Beer Moshe 1:2 based on Taz 146:1 </ref>
 
# One should stand when answering Barchu, however, one may sit after one said Barchu even before the Shaliach Tzibbur repeated the Barchu out loud.<Ref>Sh”t Beer Moshe 1:2 based on Taz 146:1 </ref>
# According to Ashkenazim, the accepted minhag is to bow during Barchu. <ref> Beiur Halacha 113:3 s.v. HaKoreh </ref> According to Sephardim, many have the minhag to bow slightly while answering Barchu and have what to rely on, however it's preferable not to bow. <ref> Yalkut Yosef (vol 3 pg 421, 57:9). See there where he writes that his father's (Rav Ovadyah Yosef) practice is not to bow at all. </ref>
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# According to Ashkenazim, the accepted minhag is to bow during Barchu. <ref> Beiur Halacha 113:3 s.v. HaKoreh </ref> According to Sephardim, many have the minhag to bow slightly while answering Barchu and have what to rely on, however it is preferable for them not to bow. <ref> Yalkut Yosef (vol 3 pg 421, 57:9). See there where he writes that his father's (Rav Ovadyah Yosef) practice is not to bow at all. </ref>
# If one continued [[Seudat Shelishit]] into the night (past Shkiah) should still say Retzay in [[benching]], even if one answered Barchu. However, if one already said [[Maariv]], one shouldn’t say Retzsay in [[benching]]. <Ref> Sh”t Beer Moshe 1:5 </ref>
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# If one continued [[Seudat Shelishit]] into the night (past Shkiah) one should still say Retzay in [[benching]], even if one answered Barchu. However, if one already said [[Maariv]], one should not say Retzsay in [[benching]]. <Ref> Sh”t Beer Moshe 1:5 </ref>
# If one is saying [[Mariv/Arvit]] to oneself some say that one should say a Britta (see end) in place of Barchu. <ref> Chida in Tziporen Shamir 2:26, Ben Ish Chai (end of Parshat Vayigash), Kaf HaChaim 50:9 </ref> However, many hold that one shouldn't say it with Hashem's actual name but rather one should say Hashem. <ref>Sh"t Yabia Omer 2:4, HaTefillah VeHilchoteha 28:9 </ref>The text of the Britta is: אמר רבי עקיבא חיה אחת עומדת ברקיע ושמה ישראל וחקוק על מצחה ישראל עומדת באמצע הרקיע ואומרת "ברכו את ה' המבורך" וכל גדודי מעלה עונים ואומרים "ברוך ה' המבורך לעולם ועד" .
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# If one is saying [[Mariv/Arvit]] to oneself some say that one should say a Britta (see end) in place of Barchu. <ref> Chida in Tziporen Shamir 2:26, Ben Ish Chai (end of Parshat Vayigash), Kaf HaChaim 50:9 </ref> However, many hold that one should not say it with Hashem's actual name but rather one should say Hashem. <ref>Sh"t Yabia Omer 2:4, HaTefillah VeHilchoteha 28:9 </ref>The text of the Britta is: אמר רבי עקיבא חיה אחת עומדת ברקיע ושמה ישראל וחקוק על מצחה ישראל עומדת באמצע הרקיע ואומרת "ברכו את ה' המבורך" וכל גדודי מעלה עונים ואומרים "ברוך ה' המבורך לעולם ועד" .
 
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Revision as of 00:44, 23 November 2015

  1. One should stand when answering Barchu, however, one may sit after one said Barchu even before the Shaliach Tzibbur repeated the Barchu out loud.[1]
  2. According to Ashkenazim, the accepted minhag is to bow during Barchu. [2] According to Sephardim, many have the minhag to bow slightly while answering Barchu and have what to rely on, however it is preferable for them not to bow. [3]
  3. If one continued Seudat Shelishit into the night (past Shkiah) one should still say Retzay in benching, even if one answered Barchu. However, if one already said Maariv, one should not say Retzsay in benching. [4]
  4. If one is saying Mariv/Arvit to oneself some say that one should say a Britta (see end) in place of Barchu. [5] However, many hold that one should not say it with Hashem's actual name but rather one should say Hashem. [6]The text of the Britta is: אמר רבי עקיבא חיה אחת עומדת ברקיע ושמה ישראל וחקוק על מצחה ישראל עומדת באמצע הרקיע ואומרת "ברכו את ה' המבורך" וכל גדודי מעלה עונים ואומרים "ברוך ה' המבורך לעולם ועד" .

Sources

  1. Sh”t Beer Moshe 1:2 based on Taz 146:1
  2. Beiur Halacha 113:3 s.v. HaKoreh
  3. Yalkut Yosef (vol 3 pg 421, 57:9). See there where he writes that his father's (Rav Ovadyah Yosef) practice is not to bow at all.
  4. Sh”t Beer Moshe 1:5
  5. Chida in Tziporen Shamir 2:26, Ben Ish Chai (end of Parshat Vayigash), Kaf HaChaim 50:9
  6. Sh"t Yabia Omer 2:4, HaTefillah VeHilchoteha 28:9