Our Kiddush prayers were done with gefilte fish and grape juice instead of wine.
On the contrary, he was to promote the Kiddush Hashem "the sanctification of the Name."
And her Kiddush is his Kiddush—the same low, dignified chant, the same sweetness.
And the guest took the cup of wine from my father's hand, and recited a Kiddush.
It is only when the time comes for saying Kiddush that my father and the guest hold a Hebrew conversation.
After the Skul rabbi's Kiddush and Havdoleh, she will listen to no other; she says her own over cake or currant wine.
I thought of my comrades, how they would have laughed, what slaps would have rained down, had they been present at that Kiddush.
A Kiddush such as we had never heard before, and shall never hear again.