Sophomores and Seniors Honor Passover with a Seder Meal
Campus Ministry once again hosted a Seder Meal, this year for the senior and sophomore classes. The Seder Meal is in remembrance of the Passover, when the Israelites were in captivity in Egypt. Jesus and the apostles were celebrating the Passover at what we now know as the Last Supper.
Some of the items in the Meal include bitter herbs to represent the bitterness of slavery and suffering in Egypt; celery dipped in salt water to represent the tears of sorrow shed during the captivity of the Israelites in Egypt; the haroseth (a type of apple salad) represents the mortar used by the Jews in the building of Egypt during their slavery.
Special thank you to Fathers Randy Cuevas and Mark Beard for joining us and helping our students to learn about this event.