By Amanda Koppelman Milstein
A look at some of the Jewish superstitions during pregnancy and in anticipation of a new baby.
By Adina Giannelli
A mother-to-be struggles with whether or not to have her son circumcised.
By The Jewish Daily Forward
A Q&A reprinted from The Forward's Seesaw Column
By Rebecca Cynamon-Murphy
How one family created a ceremony to welcome their baby daughter into the Jewish community.
By Rabbi Julie Greenberg
When I birthed my first son, less than six months after graduating from rabbinical school, I felt extreme ambivalence about cutting his beautiful body. I knew that our ancestors had enacted this ritual for thousands of years, that it was a ritual sanctified in tradition and embedded in the hearts of Jews through the ages, and that Jewish men had even died because of their marked bodies.
By Rabbi Bruce Kadden
An informative article that explains the many differences between Judaism and Christianity, despite their similar history and values.
By Christina Pertus Hendelman
Personal narrative from a non-Jew who’s struggling with the decision to have a bris and reluctant to give up Christmas.
By Ami Eden
A news article about the role non-Jewish members of interfaith families are playing at many of today’s Conservative synagogues.
Compilation of InterfaithFamily.com's staff's selections for their favorite articles from 1998-2006.
By Marlena Thompson
Review of books letting you know what to expect and how to behave at religious ceremonies in many different religions.