"Game changer" is no longer a cliche. Welcome to the new Passover.
(RNS) — In a year that has seen the deaths of thousands to a virulent virus sweeping the world, many are welcoming a focus on the health of the planet and finding it especially meaningful in a time of social isolation.
Seder sans substance seems sad. Say something significant.
(RNS) — For Jewish educator Matt Bar, there’s no better way to involve kids in the Passover seder than through the rhythmic, rhyming recitation of rap.
(RNS) — As we gather for the holidays, we all need someone who sees the spark of divinity in everyone at the table — even those whose views we can't stand.
(RNS) — Joyce Fienberg wanted to make people feel loved and cared for. Her daughter-in-law is using that example to invite non-Jews to the seder table.
(RNS) — Did you know that Jews from Gibraltar sprinkle brick dust into their Passover haroset dish, or that Middle Eastern Jewish families whip themselves with scallions at the seder table?
(RNS) The honor of singing the Four Questions at the Passover seder traditionally falls to the youngest child. What happens when that child is scared out of his mind?
(RNS) Christians increasingly find deep meaning in traditions like Passover. But not all Jews, or even Christians, agree on the question: Should non-Jews host their own seder?
(RNS) Slaves, plagues, wine and matzo.
(RNS) Most scholars say "nope," but a growing number of Christians host their own seders. Let us 'splain ...
(RNS) "He is coming." With those words, "Dig," the action-thriller fueled by biblical prophesy, dives deeper into Judaism in its fifth episode.
Jewish a cappella singers Six13 post a Passover YouTube hit, rivaling Maccabeats' spin on "Les Miserables."
(RNS) More than 100 Jews will spend four nights and five days in the California desert this year to celebrate Passover, an experience, they hope, that will allow them to more viscerally understand the liberation of the Israelites who left bondage in Egypt and wandered in the desert 3,500 years ago.