Passover and Easter take very different tones around the world this year

Passover and Easter are taking very different tones around the world this year.
The Jewish holiday of Passover lasts through April 16.
It's usually a time when families and friends gather for a ceremonial meal called a Seder.
Passover commemorates the exodus of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt more than 3,000 years ago.
This year, many families and temples will get creative by having Seders remotely on camera due to social distancing.
"It makes it very difficult. It takes a lot of the joy out of the holiday," says Sharon Cernese, of Merrick. "But you do what you can to try to save it."
And although Catholics and Christians will not be able to physically attend church services on Easter this Sunday, the Archbishop of New York - Cardinal Timothy Dolan - says your physical location is not what's important.
"There is a chance here inside, which is where it really counts, of renewing our faith that God's in charge and that he delivers us...from darkness to light, from death to life, " says Cardinal Dolan.
Many churches across Long Island will stream Easter Mass online, including the Dioceses of Rockville Centre.