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An Argentinean Rabbi & Bishop Just Recorded a Chrismukkah Hit

rabbi and bishop chrismukkah song

This ain’t no joke: A rabbi and a priest (OK, a bishop) walked into a recording studio… and came out with a great Hanukkah/Christmas mash-up song for everyone to enjoy.

In a video shared by World Jewish Congress last Friday, Rabbi Marcelo Polakoff and Bishop Pedro Torres teamed together to send their musical holiday blessings to people celebrating Christmas and Hanukkah. They parody both “Hava Nagila” and “Silent Night,” making for an equal opportunity smash hit.

It’s so heartening to see leaders of different faiths coming together, and feels especially apt this year as the first night of Hanukkah begins on Christmas Eve–making for a literal Chrismukkah if there ever was one.

Watch and enjoy the video below:


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