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Selling and searching for chametz and a detailed overview of the main points of the Seder.
Chabad.org untangles the mysteries of the Jewish calendar
The intricacies of the Jewish calendar have long fascinated scholars, but so have they stymied ordinary folks trying to plan their Jewish holiday observance. This year is one of those unusual years when Passover begins on Saturday night. The last time thi...
Guidelines for Passover 2021, which begins on Saturday night
Approximately once every nine years, Passover begins on Saturday night, bringing with it a number of unique laws and guidelines. Let’s address them chronologically.
The Bible states that Passover is on the 14th of Nissan, yet the Jewish calendar shows Passover starting the following night!
Practical Halachah: Passover, Part 2
Learn the practical Passover laws and customs for Erev Pesach (the day before Passover), burning the chametz, preparing the Seder table, and the first steps of the Seder on Passover night.
Is there a real reason we are still missing this vital part of the Passover celebration?
In temple times, each Jew would participate in a Passover offering. We examine two details of the Paschal sacrifice: its bones were not to be broken and it was to be eaten roasted. What is the deeper meaning behind this and how is it relevant today?
"Perform an action below and G-d will break their power above."
"Perform an action below and G-d will break their power above."
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