I asked Kate Moos (the managing producer of the radio program I work on) if her sister, who was raised Roman Catholic and converted to Judaism, might write a little something for SOF Observed. What we received was this lovely piece of 500 words reflecting on Passovers past and present, spiritual displacement, and a new understanding of Jesus Christ. Worth a couple minutes during this sacred time for Jews and Christians.
Mary Moos, guest contributor
At Monday night’s Passover Seder we used hard-covered, bound copies of a Haggadah with a copyright date of 1923. The first user of the book — a relative or friend of our host family — had carefully inscribed his name on the inside cover.
In the many years since…