Friar Olivier Catel, assistant in Jewish literature and exegesis, gave a conference in the context of the Bible In Its Traditions on the differences and similarities between the Passover Seder and the Eucharist.

In this lecture, he linked the two memorial narratives, both of the Christian faith and of Judaism: the Passover Haggada and the various Gospels, the washing of the feet and the ablution of the Passover Seder, the bread broken by Christ and the Jewish matzah, the Psalms sung by Jesus and the great prayers of the Jews….

But what if, in fact, the Passover Haggada was in part later and composed as a response to the gospel accounts?

By delving into the scriptures, Brother Olivier helps us to better decipher what lies behind these two traditions.

The replay here: