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Modern Orthodoxy Faces the 21st Century: Where are we today, where we should be headed and how do we get there?  
 
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Jun 23, 2011 -- In a panel discussion at the RCA's 2011 National Convention titled, "Modern Orthodoxy Faces the 21st Century: Where are we today, where we should be headed and how do we get there?", leaders of three major Modern Orthodox institutions explored the critical issues and practical steps facing the community. Issues addressed include: the impact of the internet on the community, Jews in their "Odyssey Years", communal roles for women and more. Audio recording of the session is here.

Introduced by Rabbi Joshua Strulowitz, rabbi of Congegation Adath Israel, and moderated by Rabbi Gil Student, managing editor of OU Press and editor of the "Hirhurim" blog, the discussion included the following participants:

Rabbi Shmuel Goldin, Incoming RCA President
Rabbi Basil Herring, Executive Vice President, The Rabbinical Council of America
Richard Joel, President of Yeshiva University
Rabbi Steven Weil, Executive Vice President of the Orthodox Union

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