(RNS) — Despite the COVID-19 crisis, more Jewish households worldwide are now expected to host their own Seder — virtually or in person — than ever before.
(RNS) — This year's spatially distant, socially malleable holiday observance is nothing if not an attempt to stretch the bounds of tradition. Let's add something meaningfully elastic.
HOLYOKE, Mass. (RNS) — Passover is coming this year just in time to remind us to bless what God has given us, the first greens of spring and the maror, the bitter herb. How will we bless the bitterness this year?
NEW YORK (RNS) — For Jews who cover the car industry at the New York International Auto Show's media days, which often fall during Passover, the seder at Katz’s Deli has become a respite.
Let's hear it for cultural appropriation. Without it, Judaism could not exist.
Over at Religion Dispatches, Rebecca Cynamon-Murphy -- a Christian woman married to a Jewish man -- urges her co-religionists to forego the increasingly popular American Christian practice of hosting their own Passover seders. I say why not?