There is a kind of political correctness that says we should ban all religious celebrations from the public square for the sake of interfaith harmony. In general, that is not a position supported by the various faiths, who counter with “everyone should be able to celebrate their own festivals”. Then there is yet another approach which says “Everyone should celebrate everyone else’s festivals”. Well, how about we each have the freedom and commitment to celebrate our own festivals, while at the same time wishing other communities well as they celebrate their own festivals? It might look a bit like this (from a variety of faith communities and organizations in South Australia, including the Catholic Archdiocese of Adelaide):
Now, can we expect something similar for Passover and Ramadan?