By Marlena Thompson
Personal narrative by an intermarried Jewish woman who leads a Passover seder for her family each year, but also gives her autistic daughter an Easter basket.
By Rebecca E. Kotkin
Reprinted general information about how to incorporate kids into cleaning for Passover and in general how to make the holiday a fun, educational experience.
By Wendy Weltman Palmer
Professional advice Dear Wendy article in which she responds to a question of a mother-in-law to be, wondering if she should invite the non-Jewish future in-laws to a Passover seder.
By Penny Schwartz
Reprinted review of Creating Lively Passover Seders by David Arnow, a dense book of theatrics, discussion questions, and texts for study at Passover seders.
By Bonni Goldberg
Personal narrative describing how one family is raising their children as Jews, but they look for overlapping Christian and Jewish traditions and rituals to show their children, such as Easter baskets and Purim gift baskets.
By Jim Keen
Personal narrative about a family that is raising their kids as Jews, but those Jewish kids help their Protestant dad to celebrate his holidays, too.
By The Jewish Outreach Institute
Professional view from the Jewish Outreach Institute about why Passover is an optimistic holiday, and how to make your seder reflect that fun spirit.
When is Passover? Passover dates in 2011, Passover in 2012, Passover in 2013 and beyond.
By Tim Rossi
Personal narrative from an intermarried Catholic man about his love and appreciation for his wife’s family Passover seder.
By Debora Weinberg Antonoff
Professional view from an outreach professional on how to create positive Jewish memories for children of interfaith families; author suggests inviting guests to holiday celebrations, explaining symbols and rituals, and the unique potential of Pas