Related Blog Posts on Passover

Combatting Stress: Encanto as a Lesson in Community Support

Crystal Hill
March 30, 2022
As a mother of a one-year-old son, I’ve watched Encanto more times than I can count. Around my second time watching it, I realized that “surface pressure” is an amazing metaphor for the struggles I face as a parent. Especially as a parent preparing for both my and my son’s first Passover, the preparation of cooking and cleaning before the first seder is certainly stressful.

What Do Superheroes and Passover Have in Common?

C.E. Harrison
March 25, 2021
The author of "The (unofficial) Hogwarts Haggadah" and "The (unofficial) Muggle Megillah" has delivered another work of art combining fanservice and prescient Jewish learning in his newly released "The Superhero Haggadah: A Story of Signs and Marvels."

Lessons from the Crusty Page of an Ancient Haggadah

Rabbi Mark Glickman
March 24, 2021
Sometime during the Middle Ages, a Jew in Cairo acknowledged the fact that joy usually comes with a dose of pain, and pain with joy, so they took a bite of that seder concoction, and left its dribblings for me to see in New York.

Lessons from Charoset During a Year of Pandemic

Rabbi Julie Zupan
March 10, 2021
As we enjoy this year’s sweet charoset, let us cherish and express our gratitude for the essential workers, medical professionals, everyday heroes, and others who provided the sweetness that helped temper the bitters we tasted this year.