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A Mixed Bag

So let me start by telling you that I celebrate any holiday with good food!

So this year my son flew home Friday March 31st, the first evening of Passover. 520 more words

Resurrection Known and Unknown

The resurrection—Christ’s and ours—a fact, and a mystery. [Spanish]

What do Sunday’s Scripture readings say? The shepherd of our souls laid down His life in order to take it up again… 853 more words

Homilies

Talpiot, Jerusalem 🇮🇱

The gorgeous Talpiot Mizrach was my last location in Jerusalem. When I was still planning my trip back in NY, I had multiple offers from so many wonderful people to spend the first days of Pesach with them. 177 more words

Travel

Eucharist, Passover, First Born, Death & Life

Pondering…

At Passover: Exodus 12 “For on this same night I will go through Egypt, striking down every firstborn in the land, human being and beast alike, and executing judgment on all the gods of Egypt—I, the LORD! 415 more words

Reflections

Seder in the Suburbs

As we finished the last chorus of “Dayenu,” my wife leaned in, whispering ever so sweetly in my ear.

“Check the salmon. I’m ready to serve the soup.” 485 more words

Family

Passover

After liberating his chosen people from centuries of Egyptian abuse, God re-established the identity of this former-slave people. The Torah (Genesis-Deuteronomy) was given to cultivate that through what they did , what they ate, and how they lived. 1,378 more words

Hope Street

Read Through the Bible - Day #42 - Mark Chapter 14

Death Plot and Anointing

Now the Passover and Unleavened Bread were two days away; and the chief priests and the scribes were seeking how to seize Him by stealth and kill Him; for they were saying, “Not during the festival, otherwise there might be a riot of the people.”

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