Passover brings hope and renewal

Posted By on April 16, 2014

For Sinai Synagogue Rabbi Michael Friedland, the unrelenting wintry mix that returned Monday is an apt representation of why Passover is important.

Michiana residents may feel like winter is a burden that they will never shake, but lessons from the Passover readings teach otherwise.

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