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Cantor Moshe Kraus Speaks at Faith Temple and Shaftesbury High School in Winnipeg

 

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Pastor Rudy Fidel and his wife Gina were so impressed with Cantor Kraus’ memoir of his life experiences “Moshele: Der Zinger: How My Singing Saved My Life”, that they organized a week of events for Cantor Moshe Kraus and his wife to speak in Winnipeg. I accompanied them on this trip as part of my work to create a documentary featuring Cantor Kraus’ life story which has many twists and turns. On Wednesday, September 12, 2017, Cantor Moshe Kraus, age 95, spoke to a gym full of students at Shaftesbury Public High School. The event was followed and broadcast on the CBC evening news that same evening.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/holocaust-survivor-shares-story-with-students-at-shaftesbury-high-school-1.4286654

And here is the story which he shared with the students on that day.

On Sunday morning Cantor Kraus was welcomed at Pastor Rudy’s Church, Faith Temple.  by Pastor Rudy, Indian Chief Baird and Chief of Chiefs, Jerry Daniels, and a klezmer band.At 10:35 min. into the event seen below, Cantor Kraus shares another one of his many stories – this one about a Hungarian Bishop who came to visit him during the German occupation of Hungary during WWll…

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    On May 8, 2018, at 2:56 PM, Eliav Silverman wrote:

    I just read your blog – very well written – I relate to your positive outlook that the internet could be used to bring redemption – it’s so powerful to be able to reach so many people- it also could be an uniting factor – something that seems necessary to bring redemption – Moshiach Now!

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