The Second Jewish Catalog - Vintage 1976
Described by its editors as being about the “Jewish education and Jewish living in the fullest sense”, The Second Jewish Catalog was published in 1976 and focused on the themes of Jewish life cycles, controversial issues (including sexuality, divorce and the rights of the disabled), education and Jewish study, an introduction to synagogues and the arts.
The series has been though of as "a happy mixture of Jewish law and lore, apt quotations, well-chosen photographs, whimsical cartoons, and general irreverence that billed itself as a Jewish 'do-it-yourself kit,' a guide to how to become 'personally involved in aspects of Jewish ritual life, customs, cooking, crafts, and creation,' that reflected a "personal, voluntaristic spirituality," with an emphasis on there being different expressions of Jewish spirituality.
• Vintage 1976 // 400 Pages
• Measures 8.5" x 11" x 1.25"
• PLEASE NOTE: This is a one-of-a-kind book over 40 years old, and all "flaws" should be considered part of it's character.