By Sharon Luckerman
Interview with Cam Kerry, presidential hopeful John Kerry’s brother, who converted from Catholicism to Judaism and married a Jewish woman.
By Jordan Dale
Director of a Jewish camp describes his approach to interfaith families and how the camp integrates Judaism into its curriculum.
By Wilson E. Baer
Personal narrative from the bar mitzvah aged son of interfaith parents describing his strong Jewish identity, but also the importance of his father’s Christian heritage in his life.
By Ronnie Caplane
A news article about the first Bat Mitzvahheld at Glide, a church in San Francisco, also tells the personal narrative and spiritual journey of the Bat Mitzvah girl, including why she chose to hold her service at Glide.
By Theo Forbath
A personal narrative about a politically progressive camp where interfaith kids with progressive values feel comfortable.
By Paula C. Yablonsky
The personal narrative of a woman who had to accept that her daughter wanted to think about what being a Jew really meant to her before she was willing to be confirmed.
By Sue Repko
The personal narrative of a Catholic woman who wanted her son to become a Bar Mitzvah so that he could connect with his father’s past.
By Shelly Edwards Schweizer
The personal narrative of a Jewish woman in an interfaith marriage who decided not to choose one religion for her children until she realized that such a lifestyle only confused her children, beginning her search for a religion where she and her family
By Jackson Davidow
The story of a pre-teen who was raised by a Christian mother and Jewish father but feels a strong connection to his Jewish identity and rejects the label "Chrewish."
By Wendy Weltman Palmer
Professional advice "Dear Wendy" article about a Catholic woman whose parents did not approve of her raising Jewish children and who now has to decide whether to invite them to her daughter’s Bat Mitzvah.