Namaste Notes

Sunday, April 27 — Pesach or Passover, the 8 day Jewish celebration of the liberation of the Jews from slavery in Egypt, ends at sunrise.

Sunday, April 27 — Pesach or Passover, the 8 day Jewish celebration of the liberation of the Jews from slavery in Egypt, ends at sunrise.

Sunday, April 27 — Sixth Sunday of Easter. A suggested reading is John 14:15-21.

Sunday, April 27 — Pascha or Easter for Orthodox Christians.

Thursday, May 1 — International Worker’s Day recalls the global struggle of working people for basic human rights in the workplace.

Friday, May 2 — Twelfth day of Ridvan, the last day of the Baha’i commemoration of Baha’u’llah’s declaration that he was God’s latest prophet in 1863.

Friday, May 2 — Yom HaSho’ah or Jewish Holocaust Day was established to remember the six million Jews killed by the Nazis from 1933-45.

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