Davening Interruptions (9) Print Email
/ (i) If one did not have a Tallis available at the start of the davening and did not obtain it until he was in middle of Pesukei Dezimra, he puts it on then, WITHOUT a Brocho. The Brocho is delayed until after Yishtabach, before starting the Brocho of Yotzar Or. If the same situation occurs to the chazan, he says the brocho right before Yishtabach. However, if the chazan did not receive the Tallis until after Yishtabach, he should put it on and say the Brocho before Kaddish. (A.R.S.A. 53:3, Ktzos HaShulchan 18:6)

(j) If one did not have tefillin available at the start of the davening and did not obtain it until he was in middle of Pesukei Dezimra, he puts it on then, WITHOUT a Brocho. The Brocho is delayed until after Yishtabach, before starting the Brocho of Yotzar Or. If the same situation occurs to the chazan, he says the brocho right before Yishtabach. [Although Rabbi Chaim Noeh mentions this latter halacha regarding Tallis, he precedes regarding the earlier Halacha that this applies as well to Tefillin] ( Ktzos HaShulchan 18:6)The above Halachos apply as well if one started to daven before the allowed time to put on Tallis and Tefillin and then puts it on when the time arrives.

(k) If one hears the congregation saying Shema while he is in midst of Pesukei Dezimrah, he says the first Pasuk together with them.
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