About this time last year, 21-year-old Sarah Zolkower stood before more than 30 fellow undergraduates at St. Joseph’s University, maneuvering action figures through red Jell-O to re-enact the story of Moses parting the Red Sea.
Nontraditional — yes. But it was Zolkower’s way or no Passover seder at all on her Catholic campus. But that changed this year. On Sunday, Zolkower joined about 120 other people, Jews and non-Jews alike, gathered for the first offical interfaith seder at St. Joe’s.