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Reflections from our family's interfaith seders

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Posted: Wednesday, March 29, 2017 2:00 pm

Born into a Catholic family with a Jewish surname, I should have expected I would one day find myself leading a Passover seder.

To date, my husband Larry and I have hosted nine seders, eight of which I’ve had the honor to lead. This role was bestowed upon me after my Jewish husband concluded that in light of my organized, creative, teacher-like nature, I was the right person for the job. The trade-off was food prep, which he happily agreed to tackle. Not one who enjoys cooking, I acquiesced. Besides, the man makes a mean brisket.

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