By Ronnie Caplane
Personal narrative about how some interfaith families find celebrating Easter more difficult than celebrating Christmas because of its more serious religious background, and how some families acknowledge it with Easter candy.
Staff members at InterfaithFamily.com share our family recipes for Passover goodies.
By Penina Hoffnung
Purim and Easter fell together, so the author's father-in-law could help her make kosher cannoli for Easter and cuccidati for Purim.
By Charlotte Honigman-Smith
Personal narrative by a grown child of interfaith parents describing her thoughts and feelings about Easter as sheís grown--at first she thought it was only about eggs and bunnies, often she thinks itís about the anti-Semitism in Europe, and a
By Pam Chernoff
Article about the discussions an interfaith couple had about religion before marrying, and how the Jewish husband went to church with his wife at Easter.
By Jeri Zeder
Personal narrative about embarrassing little mistakes and faux pas that interfaith families may make and go through.
By Gil Mann
Reprinted professional advice about the lack of historical proof of the Exodus story, and the religous implications of not knowing whether Jews were ever slaves in Egypt.
By Faye Rapoport DesPres
Personal narrative from a Jewish woman married to a French Catholic holding a seder in her home for the first time--and both sets of parents are invited.
By Emily Cappo
Personal narrative describing the authorís non-Jewish husbandís first Passover seder at her parents' house--his discomfort, lack of familiarity, and how all that has changed over†time.
By Ronnie Friedland
Audio interview with Tom Friedland about hosting a family seder that includes his two intermarried children and their spouses.