Yom Kippur is the most solemn and sacred day of the Jewish calendar cycle. As a time of repentance and reconciliation, practicing Jews see this holiday as an invitation to reconnect with God and with others whom they may have hurt or offended during the year. Listen to this short episode to learn a bit more about how this holiday is celebrated and what it means for the Jewish people. Did you know that Answers is also a YouTube series? Watch episodes like this one and so many others right here. Also, you can subscribe to our YouTube channel by clicking here. Or you can check out Patheos' other podcast offerings here. Curious about religion? Explore the world's beliefs at Patheos.com or Like and Follow us on Facebook.