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Divorce and Step-Family

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  • The Play-It-Down Jew: Should I Tell People I'm 25% Jewish?

    By Rebecca DiLiberto

    Personal narrative from the child of interfaith marriage who is often reluctant to reveal her Jewishness.

    Date: 08-01-2012
  • Life is More Complex than Art

    By Jeffrey Grover

    Writing and acting in a play about interfaith marriage prompted this actor to reflect on his recent divorce.

    Date: 04-11-2008
  • Christian Parents, Jewish Kids

    By Selma Williams

    Profile of Steve Boudreault and his wife Emily who come from Catholic and Episcopalian backgrounds and are raising their children as Jews.

    Date: 05-12-2008
  • Interfaith Marriage--A Blessing In Disguise

    By Jane Larkin

    I derive more connection and fulfillment from Judaism today as one-half of an interfaith couple than I have in the past.

    Date: 05-21-2009
  • Ending An Interfaith Relationship

    By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben

    Advice from an expert on interfaith marriages about interfaith divorce--seek help and support in parenting together.

    Date: 01-13-2010
  • Divorce, Interfaith Style

    By Margery Rose-Clapp

    Her divorce was amicable, but she wondered what role religion played in it--especially when her ex-husband seemed less than enthusiastic about taking their daughter to Shabbat services.

    Date: 06-08-2009
  • So You Think You Can December Like Us?

    By Cassie Havel Morgenstern

    It's tough to negotiate holidays in an interfaith family. Now try an interfaith couple with two sets of divorced parents.

    Date: 12-04-2009
  • I Live in a Two Faith Household

    By Margaret Wilson

    Not all interfaith families are made by marriage--some are created by adoption and affinity.

    Date: 01-18-2010
  • The Bat Mitzvah Gift

    By Deborah Susser

    Like most parents, I wanted my daughter to have what I had not. In my case, that meant a sense of being grounded in a particular community and tradition.

    Date: 04-19-2010
  • Religion and a House Divided

    By Julie Wiener

    Divorce entangles children in inevitable conflicts and forces them to shuttle between two different homes and sometimes, two different religions.

    Date: 05-21-2010

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