Stepping down as the conscience of Maimo
After 41 years, Rabbi David Shapiro retires from the Brookline school
When Maimonides School lay leaders asked Rabbi David Shapiro to become the school’s religious leader, he accepted the job, but only grudgingly took on the honorific “rosh yeshiva.” And, he said, he did not want business cards with that title.
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