By Ruth Shaw Gross
Reprinted personal narrative by a Southern Protestant intermarried woman who is raising Jewish children and participating wholeheartedly in a Conservative synagogue community in Eastern Massachusetts
By Keren R. McGinity
The personal narrative of a woman who married an Irish Catholic man but found a reform synagogue that welcomed them and allowed her to raise her daughter as Jewish.
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 Angela Meyer
Personal narrative from a Jewish grandma recounting the pain of watching her grandaughter be baptized.
By Marylin Greene
Personal narrative by a Jewish woman who knew nothing about her intermarried brother’s plans for his children’s religious upbringing until she recieved an invitation to a baptism, and she and her mother feel angry and upset.
By Pam Chernoff
Personal narrative of a non-Jewish woman married to a Jewish man who lost her twin boys in the womb.
By Cheryl F. Coon
Review of new edition of Anita Diamant’s classic Jewish baby book, with changes that are particularly helpful for interfaith, gay/lesbian and multicultural Jewish families.
By Larry Yudelson
Reprinted news article about the challenge of defining the Modern Orthodox movement, including their stance on Patrilineal Jews.
By Sallie W. Gotoff
A personal narrative from a Catholic woman who felt so at home in her Reconstructionist synagogue that she decided to convert.
By Pam Chernoff
Personal narrative from a non-Jewish woman whose accepting synagogue helped her get through a stillbirth and difficulties getting pregnant again.