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Interfaith Parenting: not just for the rich and famous

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Can watching an interview of a famous person in an interfaith relationship, talking openly about religious issues and parenting, inspire you in your own journey of parenting with Judaism? Here's Drew Barrymore on The View last week. Can you relate? 

http://youtu.be/0HpJwMih-TM

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