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Helping Orthodox, Conservative, Reform and Secular Jews Discover
the Beauty of Judaism
 

Irwin's Passion is Judaism's Values

Irwin N. Graulich is a "serious Jew." He was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, a child of Holocaust survivors. Mr. Graulich attended both public school and yeshiva, and has been writing and speaking about Jewish life since he was 16. He has written for many publications and web sites world wide including The New York Times, The Gannett Newspapers, The Jewish Press, The Washington Dispatch, The Jewish Week, Moment Magazine, ArutzSheva.com, IsraelInsider.com, Jewsweek.com and many others.

His unique eloquence and passion for Judaism have made him a much sought after speaker. Some fascinating topics he has recently addressed include Why Be Jewish?, Where Was God During The Holocaust?, The Case For God's Existence, The Real Reason For Anti-Semitism, Lessons of The Holocaust, The Importance of Israel To The World, The Mitzvah To Hate, The Secrets of Shabbat and Kashrut, and many other subjects.

After 3 successful years of speaking for Hadassah's Jewish Outreach Program--"Al Galgalim, Training Wheels," Mr. Graulich has become the permanent scholar-in-residence. In addition to lecturing in hundreds of synagogues, Mr. Graulich has been a guest speaker for Zionist Organization of America, Amit Women, UJA, Bnai Brith and ORT, as well as for many secular and non-Jewish organizations.

Mr. Graulich considers himself a multi-denominational Jew and is a member of 6 shuls--Orthodox, Conservative and Reform. His wife, Dr. Penny Resnick Graulich, a pediatric dentist, is also the daughter of Holocaust survivors. They have 3 children, all of whom attended Jewish day schools in Westchester.

Irwin N. Graulich is President of Bloch Graulich Whelan Inc., a leading marketing, branding and communications firm in New York City.

 "Mr. Graulich's talks are incredible and touch all Jews, no matter what their background."
---Rabbi Dr. Solomon Freilich, Congregation Brothers of Israel