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==Yaaleh Vyavo on Rosh Chodesh==
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==Yaaleh Vyavo in Shemona Esreh==
# One should say Yaaleh VeYavo during Retzeh of Shemona Esreh. <ref> S"A 422:1 </ref>
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===Chol HaMoed===
 
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# On Chol HaMoed one should insert Yaaleh VeYavo during the Bracha of Avoda (Retzeh) in Shemona Esreh. If one forgot to say Yaaleh VeYavo in Shemona Esreh, if one remembered before concluding Shemona Esreh (with Yeyihu LeRatzon) one should return to Retzeh and continue from there. However, if one only remembered after finishing Shemona Esreh one must repeat Shemona Esreh. <ref>Tefillah KeHilchato 23:106 </ref>
===At Arvit===
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===Rosh Chodesh===
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# On Rosh Chodesh one should say Yaaleh VeYavo during Retzeh of Shemona Esreh. <ref> S"A 422:1 </ref>
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====If one forgot at Arvit====
 
# If one forgets Yaaleh VeYavo at Mariv/Arvit once one finished the Bracha of Retzeh one doesn’t return to the Bracha or repeat Shemona Esreh. The same is true whether it is the first or second day of Rosh Chodesh. <Ref>Gemara Brachot 30b says that if one forgot Yaaleh VeYavo at Mariv/Arivt one shouldn’t repeat Shemona Esreh because the Bet Din doesn’t sanctify the moon during the night. The Gemara says that it doesn’t matter whether it’s the first or second day of Rosh Chodesh. This is codified in Tur and S”A 422:1. </ref>
 
# If one forgets Yaaleh VeYavo at Mariv/Arvit once one finished the Bracha of Retzeh one doesn’t return to the Bracha or repeat Shemona Esreh. The same is true whether it is the first or second day of Rosh Chodesh. <Ref>Gemara Brachot 30b says that if one forgot Yaaleh VeYavo at Mariv/Arivt one shouldn’t repeat Shemona Esreh because the Bet Din doesn’t sanctify the moon during the night. The Gemara says that it doesn’t matter whether it’s the first or second day of Rosh Chodesh. This is codified in Tur and S”A 422:1. </ref>
 
# If one didn't say Yaaleh VeYacov in Shacharit or Mincha one must repeat Shemona Esreh. <ref> S"A 422:1 </ref>
 
# If one didn't say Yaaleh VeYacov in Shacharit or Mincha one must repeat Shemona Esreh. <ref> S"A 422:1 </ref>
 
# If one forgot altogether to say Yaaleh VeYavo in Maariv one doesn’t repeat Shemona Esreh. <ref> S”A 422:1 </ref>
 
# If one forgot altogether to say Yaaleh VeYavo in Maariv one doesn’t repeat Shemona Esreh. <ref> S”A 422:1 </ref>
 
# If one forgot to say Yaaleh VeYavo and remembered before Baruch Atta Hashem one should go back to Yaaleh VeYavo and continue from there. However if one remembers after Baruch Atta Hashem then one doesn’t go back. <Ref>Mishna Brurah 294:7, 422:2 </ref>
 
# If one forgot to say Yaaleh VeYavo and remembered before Baruch Atta Hashem one should go back to Yaaleh VeYavo and continue from there. However if one remembers after Baruch Atta Hashem then one doesn’t go back. <Ref>Mishna Brurah 294:7, 422:2 </ref>
 
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====If one forgot at Shacharit or Mincha====
===Shacharit and Mincha===
 
 
# If one forgot Yaaleh VeYavo and remembers:
 
# If one forgot Yaaleh VeYavo and remembers:
 
* before saying Baruch Atta Hashem one should return to Yaaleh VeYavo  
 
* before saying Baruch Atta Hashem one should return to Yaaleh VeYavo  
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# If one already said Mussaf, it’s a dispute and one should make a stipulation that if I’m obligated to say another Tefillah it should count as an obligatory Tefillah and if not it should be considered a nedavah. <Ref>Mishna Brurah 422:4 </ref>
 
# If one already said Mussaf, it’s a dispute and one should make a stipulation that if I’m obligated to say another Tefillah it should count as an obligatory Tefillah and if not it should be considered a nedavah. <Ref>Mishna Brurah 422:4 </ref>
  
==Yaaleh VeYavo in Birkat HaMazon==
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==Yaaleh VeYavo in Benching==
# Regarding forgetting Yaaleh VeYavo in Benching see [[Adding Retzeh and Yaaleh VeYavo]]
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# On Rosh Chodesh, Yom Tov, and Chol HaMoed one should insert Yaaleh VeYavo in Benching/Birkat HaMazon. <ref>S"A 188:5 </ref>
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==If one forgets on Rosh Chodesh or Chol HaMoed==
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# If on Rosh Chodesh or Chol HaMoed one forgot to say Yaaleh VeYavo one doesn't repeat Birkat Hamazon. However, if one remembers before the fourth bracha (HaTov VeHaMeitiv) one should insert the special bracha as a makeup for Yaaleh VeYavo. <ref>S"A 188:7 </ref>
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===If one forgets on Yom Tov===
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# If on Yom Tov one forgot to say Yaaleh VeYavo one must repeat Birkat HaMazon. However, if one remembers before the fourth bracha (HaTov VeHaMeitiv) one should insert the special bracha as a makeup for Yaaleh VeYavo. <ref>S"A 188:6 </ref>
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==A woman who forgot Yaaleh VeYavo in Birkat HaMazon==
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# A woman who forgot Yaaleh VeYavo in benching should not repeat benching except on the first night of Sukkot and Pesach. <Ref> Sh”T Rabbi Akiva Eiger 1 says that women aren’t obligated in a meal on Yom Tov and so they don’t repeat benching if they forgot Yaaleh VeYavo. However, Sh”t Matat Yado MeHaTorah 21, Sh”t Sheilat Yacov 97, Pitchei Teshuva 529, and Sdei Chemed (Yom Tov 2:10) write that women would repeat benching either because the meal is an absolute chiyuv (as it seems from Tosfot HaRosh Brachot 49b) or because it’s voluntary fulfillment of the mitzvah. Nonetheless, Sh”t Yabea Omer 6:18, Sh”t Bear Moshe 3:38, and Sh”t Shevet HaLevi 5:18 write that because of Safek Brachot, a women doesn’t repeat benching like the Rabbi Akiva Eiger. Everyone agrees (Sh”t Rabbi Akiva Eiger) that on the first night of sukkot and Pesach, women are obligated in the meal and would have to repeat benching if they forgot Yaale VeYavo.  </ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 03:18, 3 August 2011

Yaaleh Vyavo in Shemona Esreh

Chol HaMoed

  1. On Chol HaMoed one should insert Yaaleh VeYavo during the Bracha of Avoda (Retzeh) in Shemona Esreh. If one forgot to say Yaaleh VeYavo in Shemona Esreh, if one remembered before concluding Shemona Esreh (with Yeyihu LeRatzon) one should return to Retzeh and continue from there. However, if one only remembered after finishing Shemona Esreh one must repeat Shemona Esreh. [1]

Rosh Chodesh

  1. On Rosh Chodesh one should say Yaaleh VeYavo during Retzeh of Shemona Esreh. [2]

If one forgot at Arvit

  1. If one forgets Yaaleh VeYavo at Mariv/Arvit once one finished the Bracha of Retzeh one doesn’t return to the Bracha or repeat Shemona Esreh. The same is true whether it is the first or second day of Rosh Chodesh. [3]
  2. If one didn't say Yaaleh VeYacov in Shacharit or Mincha one must repeat Shemona Esreh. [4]
  3. If one forgot altogether to say Yaaleh VeYavo in Maariv one doesn’t repeat Shemona Esreh. [5]
  4. If one forgot to say Yaaleh VeYavo and remembered before Baruch Atta Hashem one should go back to Yaaleh VeYavo and continue from there. However if one remembers after Baruch Atta Hashem then one doesn’t go back. [6]

If one forgot at Shacharit or Mincha

  1. If one forgot Yaaleh VeYavo and remembers:
  • before saying Baruch Atta Hashem one should return to Yaaleh VeYavo
  • after saying Baruch Atta Hashem one conclude the Bracha with the words “Lamdeni Chukecha” and then return to Yaaleh VeYavo.
  • after saying HaMachzir…LeTzion but didn’t begin Modim, one should say Yaaleh VeYavo right there and continue with Modim.
  • after beginning Modim before Yeheu LeRatzon one should return to Retzah and continue from there. [7]
  1. If one forgot altogether to say Yaaleh VeYavo in Shacharit or Mincha one must repeat Shemona Esreh. [8]
  2. If one forgot to say Yaaleh VeYavo in Mincha of Rosh Chodesh and only remembers at night (after Rosh Chodesh) one should say two Shemona Esrehs of Maariv (without Yaaleh VeYavo) as Tashlumin and the second one should be said with a stipulation of being a voluntary prayer (if I’m obligated let this be a obligatory prayer and if not let it be a voluntary one). [9]
  3. If someone is in doubt whether or not one said Yaaleh VeYavo then one should repeat Shemona Esreh. [10]
  4. If someone thought to say Yaaleh VeYavo before Davening and then a long time afterwards remembers vaguely then one is assumed to have fulfilled one’s obligation. [11]
  5. However, if one remembered immediately afterwards then we assume that one didn’t say Yaaleh VeYavo. [12]
  6. If one forgot to say Yaaleh Veyavo in Shacharit and then remembers at the beginning of Mussaf (within first three Brachot) one should continue with Shacharit and then say Mussah. [13]
  7. If one already said Mussaf, it’s a dispute and one should make a stipulation that if I’m obligated to say another Tefillah it should count as an obligatory Tefillah and if not it should be considered a nedavah. [14]

Yaaleh VeYavo in Benching

  1. On Rosh Chodesh, Yom Tov, and Chol HaMoed one should insert Yaaleh VeYavo in Benching/Birkat HaMazon. [15]

If one forgets on Rosh Chodesh or Chol HaMoed

  1. If on Rosh Chodesh or Chol HaMoed one forgot to say Yaaleh VeYavo one doesn't repeat Birkat Hamazon. However, if one remembers before the fourth bracha (HaTov VeHaMeitiv) one should insert the special bracha as a makeup for Yaaleh VeYavo. [16]

If one forgets on Yom Tov

  1. If on Yom Tov one forgot to say Yaaleh VeYavo one must repeat Birkat HaMazon. However, if one remembers before the fourth bracha (HaTov VeHaMeitiv) one should insert the special bracha as a makeup for Yaaleh VeYavo. [17]

A woman who forgot Yaaleh VeYavo in Birkat HaMazon

  1. A woman who forgot Yaaleh VeYavo in benching should not repeat benching except on the first night of Sukkot and Pesach. [18]

References

  1. Tefillah KeHilchato 23:106
  2. S"A 422:1
  3. Gemara Brachot 30b says that if one forgot Yaaleh VeYavo at Mariv/Arivt one shouldn’t repeat Shemona Esreh because the Bet Din doesn’t sanctify the moon during the night. The Gemara says that it doesn’t matter whether it’s the first or second day of Rosh Chodesh. This is codified in Tur and S”A 422:1.
  4. S"A 422:1
  5. S”A 422:1
  6. Mishna Brurah 294:7, 422:2
  7. S”A 422:1, Mishna Brurah 422:5, Ishei Yisrael 39:18, See Igrot Moshe 4:93
  8. S”A 422:1
  9. S”A 108:11, Mishna Brurah 108:33-34
  10. Mishna Brurah 422:10
  11. Mishna Brurah 422:10
  12. Mishna Brurah 422:10
  13. Mishna Brurah 422:4
  14. Mishna Brurah 422:4
  15. S"A 188:5
  16. S"A 188:7
  17. S"A 188:6
  18. Sh”T Rabbi Akiva Eiger 1 says that women aren’t obligated in a meal on Yom Tov and so they don’t repeat benching if they forgot Yaaleh VeYavo. However, Sh”t Matat Yado MeHaTorah 21, Sh”t Sheilat Yacov 97, Pitchei Teshuva 529, and Sdei Chemed (Yom Tov 2:10) write that women would repeat benching either because the meal is an absolute chiyuv (as it seems from Tosfot HaRosh Brachot 49b) or because it’s voluntary fulfillment of the mitzvah. Nonetheless, Sh”t Yabea Omer 6:18, Sh”t Bear Moshe 3:38, and Sh”t Shevet HaLevi 5:18 write that because of Safek Brachot, a women doesn’t repeat benching like the Rabbi Akiva Eiger. Everyone agrees (Sh”t Rabbi Akiva Eiger) that on the first night of sukkot and Pesach, women are obligated in the meal and would have to repeat benching if they forgot Yaale VeYavo.