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July 17, 2012 at 6:47 pm #7410

Ruth Nemzoff

I have been asked to write a blog for a play to be presented to the Jewish community in Boston. This is our chance to educate the Jewish community about how they and the rabbis might be helpful to us.  I would like to know if any of you talked with your rabbis before your children married "out",  and/or before the bris or naming.

What did the rabbis say that was helpful and what did they say that was not?
What did other community members say that was useful and what did they say that was not?

Responses will be kept anonymous. (You can post them here, message me through my user account, or send them to editor@interfaithfamily.com who will forward them to me.)

As I said, I want to use this opportunity to let people know of some of the unnecessary hurts our community gives to intermarried families and to educate them about what would be useful.

Thanks!

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