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 Dina Kraft
Reprinted news and general information article about the frustrations of liberal and secular Israelis at Israel’s stringent marriage laws. There are no civil unions in Israel, and only Orthodox ceremonies constitute legal marriages,
By Steve Lipman
News article on the difficulties faced by Reform rabbis who won’t officiate at intermarriages when trying to find a pulpit.
By David Elstein
In an area where there aren't many rabbis at all, InterfaithFamily.com helped them find a rabbi who would perform a Jewish ceremony for an interfaith couple.
By Ronnie Friedland
Audio interview with Humanistic Rabbi Adam Chalom about his approach to interfaith couples and families.
By Rabbi Lawrence Raphael
Professional view from a Reform rabbi on how he changed his mind on officiating at interfaith weddings after seeing Jewishly committed interfaith families at his synagogue.
By Naomi Pfefferman
Review of the television program 7th Heaven, which takes a turn from its normal plotline of a minister and his seven kids to the intermarraige of his eldest son to a rabbi’s daughter.
By Lauren Stefano
Professional advice from rabbi who explains how his policies toward non-Jewish families regarding Bar or Bat Mitzvah and other matters have changed as he has gotten to know non-Jews who are committed to the Jewish identity of their children.
By Rabbi David S. Gruber
Meeting a former president of the United States at an interfaith wedding prompts this rabbi to consider how far American Jewry has come toward full acceptance in the US.
By Cheryl Glantz Nail
The wedding she'd never imagined was just as beautiful as the one she'd pictured.