A Lutheran chaplain, an off-duty doctor, and a recovering patient from cardiac surgery walk into a hospital room…
Mitt Romney appeared to enjoy some Kedem grape juice with his Easter meal. An excellent choice for a refined palate.
We should tackle the scourge of age-bias and confront the idolatrous worship of youth.
Are we not all giant cargo ships trapped in the Red Sea, dreaming of freedom?
The imperfect nature of our story isn’t a reason to shy away, but the opposite.
Each year, MAZON suggests a “Fifth Question” to bring a new reflection about hunger to Seder tables across the country.
We all have been affected by this pandemic, but not equally. We can almost taste freedom, but we’re not there yet.
The Passover food, which used to be unavailable under communism, was for many the only link to their people’s faith and culture.
Doug Emhoff loves gefilte fish, Obama’s twist on a Passover mantra, and Biden (almost) says, “Chag sameach.”
Next year, I hope we won’t forget the lessons from our two Pesachs in exile.