Passage to Pesach: Preparing for Passover Through Text and Tradition

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UAHC Press, 2003 - Religion - 234 pages
Of all the Jewish holidays, Pesach ranks among the most popular - but there is more to it than matzah! This unique book encourages an enriched, text-based understanding of why we do what we do. Pesach is a holiday that helps define Jews as individuals as well as a people. This book will help you discover your own place in the rich Pesach tradition by reflecting on the countless memories and applications afforded by Jewish custom. For individual or group study.

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Schwartz is a teacher and writer who specializes in adult Jewish learning. She received a masters of arts degree in Judaic studies from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.

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