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Passover and Easter

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  • Feeling Jewish, and Also Enjoying My Christian Cultural Heritage

    By Marissa Rose Green

    The personal narrative of a young woman raised in an interfaith family celebrating holidays with cultural and familial meaning, but has now connected with her Jewish identity.

    Date: 08-09-2007
  • Of Shalom and Om

    By Heather Subba

    Personal narrative from a secular Jewish woman married to a Hindu man on how she seeks the universal application of Jewish holidays.

    Date: 06-21-2007
  • Interdating in a Foreign Land

    By Marilyn Green

    Personal narrative from an interdating woman living in Japan, describing her Passover observance with her new Catholic Argentinian boyfriend.

    Date: 11-16-2006
  • Facing Interfaith Issues in December and Beyond

    By Deborah Fineblum Raub

    Reprinted general information survey of the outreach programs offered to interfaith families in the Boston area.

    Date: 08-08-2006
  • Unwrapped Gifts

    By Samantha Facciolo

    A young woman’s personal narrative on how she feels that she was bless to have interfaith parents and what she has learned from her Jewish upbringing and her father’s Catholic beliefs.

    Date: 08-14-2007
  • The Story of J: A Review of the Swedish Film Bit by Bit

    By Ronnie Friedland

    Review of Jonathan Metzger’s film Bit By Bit, about a Nintendo-obsessed Swedish Jewish boy, his non-Jewish girlfriend, and his family’s seder on the eve of a big Nintendo competition that he tries to keep secret.

    Date: 02-16-2007
  • Celebrating Holidays in an Interfaith Stepfamily

    By Dr. Jeffrey Greenhut

    Personal narrative by an unconventional (retired military officer, Republican) Jew describing how he, his non-Jewish fiancee, and both of their families from previous marriages celebrate each other’s holidays.

    Date: 07-26-2007
  • Keeping Kosher and Keeping It Real

    By Amy Meltzer

    Making distinctions about what we do and don't eat in a way that is rooted in, but not wedded to, Jewish tradition turns cooking and dining into a meaningful experience.

    Date: 08-01-2012
  • Spirituality and Shishkabobs: A Jewish Journey Through Dialogue

    By Larry Rosenwald

    My Judaism has had to be such that I could present it proudly and with conviction to a serious Quaker.

    Date: 07-24-2008
  • A Christian's Primer: A Harvard Professor [Harvey Cox] Delves into the Beauty That Is Judaism

    By Robert Leiter

    Profile of Harvey Cox (a Protestant college professor) his marriage to a Jewish colleague, and his book that resulted from their experience together, Common Prayers: Faith, Family and a Christianís Journey through the Jewish Year .

    Date: 02-17-2007

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