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Passover: You're Never Alone

Watch to learn that you're never alone; God is always with you.

Related Topics: Judaism, Passover, Faith


A Do-It-Yourself Passover in 8 Easy Steps!

You can have a traditional “seder” meal at home. Whether it’s the White House or your home, every family can create their own special tradition celebrating God’s goodness to His people

Related Topics: Christian, Love And Family, Faith, Love, Good News, Israel, Palestine, Jew, Seder, Passover


Why We Observe Passover

Matthew B. Koss, a self-described "athiest Jew," writes to his daughter about why he observes Passover.

Related Topics: Jewish Atheists, Judaism, Passover, Passover 2011

Jesus and Judas


The Mystery of the Betrayer

From his new book, 'Jesus of Nazareth', Pope Benedict XVI discusses the role of Judas Iscariot in crucifixion of Christ.

Related Topics: Jesus, Judas, Easter, Bible, Crucifixion, Last Supper, Pope Benedict XVI, Catholic, Christian, Scripture, Passover


The Wisdom of Rabbi Joseph Gelberman

Rabbi Gelberman was a pioneer in bridging understanding between people of different religions and spiritual paths, emphasizing that they have more in common than different and advocating that all humankind see each other as brothers and sisters.

Related Topics: Judaism, Passover

Let It Go


How to Be Free: Passover Lessons

Passover 2010 begins on Monday evening the 29th of March.Here are ten simple practices, inspired by Passover traditions, to help you liberate yourself and others too.

Related Topics: Judaism, Passover


Jewish Holidays

Observe the Jewish Holidays, from Rosh Hashanah to Tisha B'av.

Related Topics: Passover, Judaism, Yom Kippur, Holidays, Shavuot, Rosh Hashanah, Chanukah, Sukkot, Hanukkah, Tu B'shevat, Jewish Holidays, Purim, Jewish, Tisha B'av

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Your Passover Dessert Recipes

With Passover's many food-related rules and restrictions, cooking holiday meals is a challenge--and making desserts can confuse even the most seasoned Jewish cooks. Learn how to make Southern Fried Matzah and other not-so-traditional desserts.

Related Topics: Passover, Pesach, High Holidays, Kosher, Jew, Jewish



10 Steps to Bring Order to Your Life

Rabbi Brad Hirschfield on how the steps that make up the traditional Passover seder, can be used to bring order into your own life year round.

Related Topics: Judaism, Jewish Holidays, Passover, Matzah, Exodus, Exodus Story, Seder, Seder Table, Haggadah


Passover 2011

The Beliefnet Guide to Pesach (Passover) features Passover videos, Passover recipes, personal Passover stories, unique Passover traditions, and more. Passover begins sundown Monday, the 18th of April.

Related Topics: Pesach, Passover, Seder Table, Exodus, Moses, Jewish Holidays, Judaism, Faiths, Passover Starter, Passover Features, Interactive Seder Plate, Seder, Interactive, Traditions, Videos

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