By Cheryl F. Coon
Book review of Kaddish for Grandpa: In Jesus’ Name Amen by James Howe--a children’s book about the child in an interfaith family mourning the death of her grandpa.
By Jane Young
The personal narrative of a Jewish woman in an interfaith marriage who let her son decide what religion suited him, and now she, her son, and her husband are very involved in their local temple.
By Haim Shapiro
Reprinted news article about the debate over whether three Israeli victims of suicide bombings could be buried in Jewish city cemeteries, since they did not haveJewish mothers.
By Tara Remick
The personal narrative of a woman of interfaith parents who began searching for God after the her father became terminally ill during her teenage years.
By Ronnie Friedland
Audio interview with Courtney Nathan on interfaith relationships and dealing with sickness and death.
By Gail Naron Chalew
Review of Gail Naron Chalew’s When A Parent Is Seriously Ill, an informative read of how children can cope with the death of a parent.
By Louise Levesque Lopman
Review of the film God Is Great, Iím Not, its portrayal of the main characterís journey to convert to Judaism, and how that resonates with the authorís own personal experience with conversion.
By Nina Amir Lacey
A mother worries whether her non-Jewish family and friends will feel comfortable at her son's bar mitzvah.
New to synagogues? We hope this guide will help you find a good community for your interfaith family.
By Amanda Martignetti
An unveiling service at the cemetery and a family gathering with gefilte fish were a crash course in American Jewish culture for poor Amanda.