A recipe for a Passover fruit dessert, side dish, or topping
Remembering Victims of terror.
Preparations for Passover include helping those in need.
What is viewed as a game by children can have deep significance for adults.
An overview of preparing for the seder and the elements of a traditional seder.
Jewish texts have much to say on this subject.
The selections highlight different aspects of the holiday.
The bread of poverty has a rich history in Rabbinic literature.
Commentaries on the Haggadah contrast the evil of Laban with Pharaoh and see Laban as a symbol for political, sociological, and psychological evil.
Unleavened bread represents both slavery and freedom.
There is a theological explanation for why Passover occurs in the spring.
There are many explanations as to why the Sabbath before Passover is called Shabbat HaGadol.