Rabbi gross performs a brit with Rabbi Shmuel Kammenetzky head of Agudas Yisroel of America and Rosh Yeshiva of Talmudical Yeshiva of Philadelphia as sandek
Our mohel Rabbi Gross continues the traditions and methods of his illustrious grandfather Tzadik, Posek, and Well-Know mohel, Rabbi Yisroel Belsky, known worldwide as a veteran very sought after mohel.
Rabbi gross continues to study in Beth Medrash as a doctoral candidate in Talmudic theory.
Rabbi Arye Leib Gross started a loose group of mohels in August of 2019 to help people looking for a secure way of finding a good mohel.
Last year during the pandemic, Rabbis that are kohanim who had lead pidyon haben ceremonies in the past, were unable to do so due to the pandemic. He took the initiative and formed a group of younger kohanim rabbis who would lead pidyon haben ceremonies.
Rabbi gross is a maternal grandson of Rabbi Yisroel Belsky zt”l senior posek of the orthodox union (see Rabbi Belsky giving a class https://oukosher.org/blog/ask-ou/rav-belsky-shlitas-shiur-hilchos-treifos/ https://outorah.org/search?author=Rabbi%20Yisroel%20Belsky ) Rabbi gross first started learning Brit Milah by Rabbi Belsky, his grandfather, who was also a well-known mohel in new york area.
Rabbi gross’ father, Rabbi Yaakov Gross, is the Rosh Kollel of Miami Beach community Kollel, the son of Rabbi Chiam Gross zt”l former rabbi of Congr. Beth e-l of Bennington VT.
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