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Passover will undeniably feel different this year in a post-Oct. 7 world. Here are some prayers and readings you might incorporate into your seder.
More than just prayers and stories, these texts reflect profound expressions of hope, faith, and liberation.
Whether it’s prepared from scratch or comes from the freezer aisle, gefilte fish undeniably holds its own unique place in Jewish culinary heritage.
Passover has been gaining in popularity in Christian communities in recent years. Why are many churches holding Passover seders?
There’s so much more to watch than “The Prince of Egypt.”
The goal of retelling the Exodus story is to see ourselves as beneficiaries of God’s love.
When it comes to making maror, the most important thing to remember is, go strong or not at all!

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