Article Archive

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

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  • Jewish Greetings Cheat Sheet

    By InterfaithFamily

    Are you afraid to open your mouth in Jewish settings because you don't know what to say? We can help!

    Date: 07-12-2010
  • The Best of Our Picks

    By InterfaithFamily

    Compilation of's staff's selections for their favorite articles from 1998-2006.

    Date: 07-17-2007
  • Homecomings

    By Leona Junguzza

    Personal narrative from a recent convert to Judaism whose non-Jewish children are adjusting to her celebration of Hanukkah and the High Holidays and her rejection of Jesus as the Messiah.

    Date: 01-11-2007
  • Judaism a La Carte

    By Cara Nissman

    A woman’s personal narrative of the pleasure she finds in celebrating Judaism and praying outside of a temple or synagogue.

    Date: 06-12-2007
  • Dear Dr. Paula: Why Won't My Boyfriend Invite Me to Temple?

    By Dr. Paula Brody

    Professional view "Dear Dr. Paula" article about how repetiton builds comfort, and how the High Holidays are perhaps not the best time for a Christian’s first experience in a synagogue.

    Date: 06-14-2007
  • The Real Truth about the 1990 Population Survey: How Individual Lives Were Affected

    By Rabbi Samuel N. Gordon

    Reprinted professional view Rosh Hashonah sermon from a rabbi trying to quel distress over high intermarriage rates; he describes the Jews as an "ever dying people" with intermarriage built into the Jewish identity.

    Date: 07-31-2006
  • Interfaith Families

    By Elizabeth Clarke

    A personal narrative article about interfaith families who are raising their kids as Jews, and the negotiations that such relationships demand.

    Date: 07-24-2007
  • Going to Temple: A BYOJB Affair

    By Andrea Lavinthal

    Personal narrative from a Jewish woman wondering about all the Jewish boyfriends at her synagogue--and annoyed with the questions she gets about her interfaith relationship.

    Date: 02-09-2007
  • Home for the Holidays

    By Teresa McMahon

    Personal narrative from a Catholic intermarried woman describing her realization that her family’s synagogue, Temple Beth Emeth, was one of the top three reasons she wanted to remain in Ann Arbor, MI rather than move. 

    Date: 02-26-2007
  • Call Me Old Fashioned, But...

    By C. Andrew Martin

    Personal narrative by the non-Jewish partner of a rabbi describing his experiences in synagogue, and his thoughts about the obligations of his unique relationship.

    Date: 01-08-2007

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