passover is celebrated this year (2012) on the 6th of april and finishes on the 14th
Passover has always been celebrated in the Spring - there is a Biblical commendment to have the Passover feast in the springtime. It usually falls sometime in April, but is sometimes in late March as well.
Yes. His Last Supper was at the time of year at which Passover is celebrated.
Mid-Nisan, which occurs in April or late March.
Passover is always celebrated at the same time on the Hebrew calendar, the 15th of Nisan. However, the Hebrew and Western calendars are not the same so Passover falls on different dates on the Western calendar.
Passover is celebrated in the home, everywhere Jews live.
Passover begins on the 15th of Nissan in the Jewish calendar (this year the 6th of April), and is celebrated for about a week.
Officially it was the year after they left Egypt, but it wasn't celebrated.
The whole time. matzah is eaten with marror( bitter herbs) and more!
Freedom from slavery.
Jesus was Jewish, so he would have celebrated passover every year of his life since his birth.
Every Passover that he was alive.
Passover is celebrated on the 15th of nissan, corresponding to about April, give or take a month. In Israel, Passover is celebrated for seven days. In the diaspora (outside of Israel), it is celebrated for eight days. (Nissan is the first month of the year, but calculations for the calendar are complicated.)
Passover is always in the spring. It is generally sometime in April.
The Passover is held every year. If you mean the year when Jesus died, that is regarded by many to be 33 AD and the Passover that year was on Thursday April 2nd.
Jesus celebrated His last Passover (the Last Supper / Jewish seder) with His twelve disciples.
Passover is usually only celebrated by Jews
Passover is celebrated in the home.
Passover was (and is) celebrated starting the 15th of Nissan all over the world.
Easter is always celebrated on a Sunday, but the date varies from year to year depending on the Jewish feastof Passover, which is linked to the phases of the moon after the vernal equinox.
That depends on which year you're asking about.