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Ideally, one should say Kiddush as soon as one gets home from Shul (Shulchan Aruch, O”C 271:1).
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== Timing==
  
If one missed Kiddush on Friday night, it can and should be made up at any point during Shabbat day, which means that one would recite the longer Friday-night version of Kiddush on Shabbat day (Ben Ish Hai, Parashat Bereshit, 19; Hacham Ovadia Yosef, in Halichot Olam).
 
  
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*Ideally, one should say Kiddush as soon as one gets home from Shul (Shulchan Aruch, O”C 271:1).
  
'''Women'''
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*If one missed Kiddush on Friday night, it can and should be made up at any point during Shabbat day, which means that one would recite the longer Friday-night version of Kiddush on Shabbat day (Ben Ish Hai, Parashat Bereshit, 19; Hacham Ovadia Yosef, in Halichot Olam). <ref>put references</ref>
  
The Mitzvah of Kiddush is exceptional in that women are obligated even though it is a  Mitzvat Aseh She’Hazman Grama, based on a Talmudic derivation that since women are obligated by the prohibitions of Shabbat, they are also obligated in the positive commandments of the day (Berachot 20B).
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== Women ==
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#The Mitzvah of Kiddush is exceptional in that women are obligated even though it is a  Mitzvat Aseh She’Hazman Grama, based on a Talmudic derivation that since women are obligated by the prohibitions of Shabbat, they are also obligated in the positive commandments of the day (Berachot 20B).
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== Sources ==
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Revision as of 21:13, 3 November 2009

Timing

  • Ideally, one should say Kiddush as soon as one gets home from Shul (Shulchan Aruch, O”C 271:1).
  • If one missed Kiddush on Friday night, it can and should be made up at any point during Shabbat day, which means that one would recite the longer Friday-night version of Kiddush on Shabbat day (Ben Ish Hai, Parashat Bereshit, 19; Hacham Ovadia Yosef, in Halichot Olam). [1]


Women

  1. The Mitzvah of Kiddush is exceptional in that women are obligated even though it is a Mitzvat Aseh She’Hazman Grama, based on a Talmudic derivation that since women are obligated by the prohibitions of Shabbat, they are also obligated in the positive commandments of the day (Berachot 20B).


Sources

  1. put references