By Paula C. Yablonsky
The personal narrative of a woman who renewed her wedding vows with her husband on their 18th anniversary in a traditional Jewish ceremony.
By Teresa McMahon
Personal narrative about how a couple wooed the in-laws before getting engaged in order to reduce conflict over the wedding. Author notes the importance of interpersonal negotiations to ensure that neither partner feels he/she has compromised too
By Michele Chabin
Reprinted news article about how more Israelis are not having their weddings performed by an Orthodox rabbi but are going to secular or Reform or Conservative rabbis, or to outside of Israel, to be married. This is especially true of those the Orthodox do
By Jo Hurst
Personal narrative about intermarried couple and their struggles--first about religion, and then about having a Jewish wedding and finding a rabbi to marry them.
By Neil Kominsky
Professional view of a rabbi’s philosophy about intermarriage and how he responds when a couple asks him to intermarry them.
By Rabbi Jerome K. Davidson
Reprinted professional view excerpted from a workshop on the need to have more grey areas between always officiating at interfaith marriages, and never officiating.
By Lisa Keys
A news article about the marriage of White House staffer Ari Fleischer and bride Rebecca Davis, who had an interfaith wedding ceremony that displayed more Jewish elements than Catholic ones.
By Rabbi Jacques Cukierkorn
Professional View of rabbi who believes it is important to have Judaism in a couple’s life at their time of marriage, and that a rabbi’s officiating at their wedding is the best way to link them to Judaism.
By Barbara Pash
Award-winning article on the issue of rabbinic officiation in interfaith marriage in Baltimore's Jewish community.
By Sue Fishkoff
News article on June 2006 conference of Reform rabbis, describing the diversity of opinion about officiating at intermarriages; one says "Those of us who do mixed marriages feel we’re strengthening Judaism. Those of us who don