Monday morning briefing: A holy day, celebrity waiters and a big shake

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Monday briefing. Passover begins Today marks the Jewish holy day of Passover. It begins at sundown and commemorates the story of Exodus and the Israelites freedom from slavery in Egypt. Celebrity waiters Those local celebrity waiters tending to your needs at Cotton Patch restaurant in Clovis […]

Editorial: Holidays takes root in trimph over powers

Easter and Passover, signal celebrations in Christianity and Judaism, are linked through the calendar and through long tradition. It is perhaps not surprising, then, that they show other kinships, including some that might be surprising to some who are merely passive believers. The most striking similarity is that both holidays represent liberation from and triumph […]

Religion Digest, April 18

Passover Seder planned A newly-formed Sabbath Bible Discussion Group will host a Passover Seder meal and celebration at 7 p.m. today at the Wesley Foundation student center at 1417 S. Avenue K in Portales. This year, Passover begins at sundown on Saturday. According to tradition, the Passover Seder is a Jewish ritual feast held to […]

Families celebrate Passover traditions

Darrell Maurina While most Christians in the Clovis area are preparing to celebrate Easter, a few area residents observed the far more ancient Jewish festival of Passover on Monday night and Tuesday. “In the Jewish religion, family is intertwined with the religion. There really is no separation of the religion from the family,” said Capt. […]

Christians get Jewish education

Darrell Maurina Jonathan Bernd has a message not only for ethnic Jews like himself but also for the gentile Christian community. “Just as my ancestors had to put the blood of the lambs on their doorposts so the Angel of Death would pass over them, we today need to have the blood of the Messiah […]