Passover has always been a family celebration at home. It is about protection from a plague. It is therefore particularly apt for us at a time when we are confined to our homes out of concern about an epidemic.
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The Last Supper was when Jesus met with his disciples to eat the Passover and instituted Holy Communion that we would him and his salvation. In that meal he announced that God had made a new Covenant in his blood. The Apostles understood that Jesus was the true Passover Lamb who died to redeem mankind.