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2002 through 2004 December Media Coverage

InterfaithFamily.com's media coverage from the 2002 through 2004 December holiday season includes the following:

  • Tips for interfaith celebrations from Ventura County Star December 12, 2004
  • December Dilema: What to Celebrate? Mixed-religion families juggle their observances by Kim Lamb Gregory. From Ventura County Star December 12, 2004
  • The December Dilema Survey. Ventura Country Star December 12, 2004
  • December Dilemma: Interfaith Couples Face Emotional Choices: Christmas, Hanukkah, or Both? by Robin Galiano Russell. From the Dallas Morning News December 18, 2004
  • Survey Says: Interfaith Families Keep Holidays Separate by Douglas J. Guth. From the Cleveland Jewish News December 17, 2004
  • December Dilemma: What to Celebrate? Mixed-Religion Families Juggle Their Observances by Kim Lamb Gregory. From the Ventura County Star December 12, 2004
  • December Dilemma: Distorting Chanukah by Gaby Wenig. From the Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles December 3, 2004
  • Interfaith Families: Surviving, by Ann Green. The Boston Jewish Advocate December 3, 2004
  • Beliefnet.com, a leading religion website, featured InterfaithFamily.com in December 2004 as a resource for interfaith families dealing with the December holidays
  • For New Greeting-Card Company, Chrismukkah Time Is Here at Last by Chanan Tigay. From the Jewish Telegraphic Agency December 2004
  • One Family, Two Religions: How Interfaith Families Carve Out Holiday Traditions. Bay State Parent December 2004
  • Compromise for Holidays: Interfaith Couples Struggle to Establish Boundaries, Develop New Traditions -- and Find Common Ground, by John Boudreau. From the San Jose Mercury News December 5, 2003
  • Interfaith Families Get Breathing Room This Year, by Barbara Meltz. From the Boston Globe December 12, 2002
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