Difference between revisions of "Bat Mitzvah"

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'''Bat Mitzvah''' daughter of the commandment, is a ceremony held for a [[Jew]]ish girl when she takes on adult responsibilities.  It is similar to the [[Bar Mitzvah]] held  for a boy but takes place a year earlier when she is 12.  It is felt that girls mature faster at that age.   
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'''Bat Mitzvah''' daughter of the commandment, is a ceremony held for a [[Jew]]ish girl when she takes on adult responsibilities.  It is similar to the [[Bar Mitzvah]] held  for a boy but in some Jewish traditions takes place a year earlier when she is 12.  It is felt that girls mature earlier at that age.   
  
 
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Revision as of 04:21, March 30, 2008

Bat Mitzvah daughter of the commandment, is a ceremony held for a Jewish girl when she takes on adult responsibilities. It is similar to the Bar Mitzvah held for a boy but in some Jewish traditions takes place a year earlier when she is 12. It is felt that girls mature earlier at that age.