By Rabbi Julie Greenberg
A rabbi shares her view on interfaith families raising children with exposure to each parent’s religious background.
By Reika Dutta
Personal narrative from an Indian woman whose sister is married to a Jewish man about the subtle ways racism and anti-Semitism can seep into families’ attitudes toward their in-laws.
By Marlena Thompson
Review of Nan Meyer’s The Inter-Faith Family Seder Book, which the reviewer describes as scoring "very high marks on accessibility, but falls a bit short when it comes to maintaining a sense of tradition."
By Marlene Beach
Personal narrative describing a grandmother’s disappointment that she cannot share her childhood Passover memories with her Christian grandchildren, but her appreciation that she can share with them why being Jewish is
By Charlotte Honigman-Smith
Personal narrative about a woman from an interfaith family discussing how Thanksgiving in her interfaith diverse house is often a stressful time, and how itís†been changing as everyone has aged--which reminds her of the various needs the grayin
By Margery Clapp
Personal narrative by a Jewish woman whose mother lives with her, and whose daughter, her Christian husband, and their children have lived with her too, making it hard for the older generations to ignore or not have input into their religious
By Paula Lee Hellman
Personal narrative about a step-interfaith family and how they respectfully honored each other’s feelings when planning a funeral, yet how the Jewish mourner feels most comforted b
By Judith Fishman Bard
Personal narrative by the mother of an intermarried son expressing her love and thanks to him and his wife for their religious decision to raise their two daughters as Jews.
By Gail Quets
Professsional advice and list of dos and don’ts of how to comfort and think about a newly divorced intermarried partner and why that divorce happened.
By Edie Mueller
A personal narrative of a woman whose trip to Israel inspired a love for Judaism and prayer, and she grew to understand that people of different religions must worship in their own ways.