Forgot Yaaleh VeYavo In Shacharit & Minchah

The Daily Halacha Moment - Forgot To Recite Yaaleh VeYavo in Shacharit & Minchah 📙


״כל השונה הלכות בכל יום - מובטח לו שהוא בן ‎העולם הבא״ (נידה עג ע״א, מגילה כח:)


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Question:

What should one do if one forgot to recite Yaaleh VeYavo during Shacharit or Minchah?


Answer:

If one forgot to recite Yaaleh VeYavo in either Shacharit or Minchah, one should do as follows: [1]


a. If he already recited the words baruch Atah Hashem at the conclusion of the blessing of Retzeh in Shemoneh Esrei, he should finish with the words lamideni chukecha. At that point, he may then return, recite Yaaleh VeYavo, and continue according to the order of Shemoneh Esrei.

b. One who already concluded the berachah of Retzeh may recite Yaaleh VeYavo in between the berachot of Retzeh and Modim, as long as he did not yet commence the Modim blessing. From there, he should continue with Modim.

c. If one already began reciting Modim, one should return to the beginning of Retzeh.

d. Someone who already concluded the second Yiheyu LeRatzon at the very end of Shemoneh Esrei must return to the beginning, even if he did not yet step backward.


Similarly, one who is uncertain if he recited Yaaleh VeYavo in the Shacharit or Minchah prayers must repeat Shemoneh Esrei again just as he would if he forgot to recite Yaaleh VeYavo entirely. [2]


Furthermore, If one forgot to recite Yaaleh VeYavo during Shacharit and recalled his error only after praying Mussaf, he should nevertheless repeat Shemoneh Esrei for Shacharit again. However, if zman tefillah has already passed, one should recite Shemoneh Esrei for Minchah twice to compensate. [3]


Sources:

[1]. Shulchan Aruch 422:1; Yabia Omer 1:22; Chazon Ovadia, Chanukah, p. 265.

[2]. See Bet Yosef; Pri Chadash; and Mishnah Berurah §10, which state that one must repeat the entire Shemoneh Esrei again and that this is the opinion of most Rishonim and Acharonim. This is unlike the view of the Rama §1, in the name of the Kol Bo. See also Birkei Yosef §3; Kesher Gudal 21:8; Palagi, Kaf HaChaim 33:7; Chayei Adam 24:22; Ohr LeTzion, vol. 3, 2:3; Yabia Omer 7:28; Halichot Olam, vol. 5, p. 14; and Chazon Ovadia, Chanukah, p. 271.

[3]. Yechaveh Daat 6:6; Yalkut Yosef, Shabbat, vol. 5, p. 274. Halichot Olam, vol. 5, p. 15 adds that one should then put on tefillin again before reciting Shemoneh Esrei for Shacharit. However, one does not have to put on tefillin during Minchah if he only remembered that he did not recite Yaaleh VeYavo after the conclusion of zman tefillah. See also Halachah Berurah, vol. 6, p. 40.

See Laws of The Holidays - Nacson.


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