By Debbie Abrams
Personal narrative from a Jewish woman who is the only child in her family marrying another Jew, describing her frustration that her siblings’ intermarriages has torn her family apart, and wondering how--and if--she can fit disapproval of intermarri
By Jennifer Pacquette
Personal narrative about a Jewish woman in a serious relationship with a Catholic man who cringes at the sight of a cross yet decided to study Catholicism in an attempt to appreciate and accept it, and is hoping that, in time, her partner’s fam
By Ronnie Friedland
Review of Tangled Roots, a documentary about a child of interfaith marriage’s exploration into her Jewish and German roots.
By Rabbi Jeffrey A. Marx
Professional advice from a rabbi about how divorced interfaith parents tend to seek solice in their own religious traditions, and how it is essential that families include a binding decision on the children’s religious upbringing in the divorce docu
By * Tova
Profile of one interfaith lesbian couple and how their interfaith and lesbian identiites complement each other.
By The Jewish Outreach Institute
Professional view from the Jewish Outreach Institute about the great stress an interfaith family feels when a child is born, and recommends choosing names before the birth and before the pregnancy if possible, to help mitigate that stress whe
By Dana Greene
Opinion piece and personal narrative from a columnist about her cousin’s interfaith marriage, and whether she should see it as a loss to the Jewish people, or a wonderful tale of true love.
By Nancy Laufer
Personal narrative by a non-Jewish woman whose parents were at first relieved when she married a nice Jewish boy, but later felt hurt that their grandchildren were not being taught their family traditions.
By Jill McDonnell
A personal narrative about an interfaith family in Missouri who is raising Jewish kids.
By Elaine K. Markowitz
A personal narrative about a woman whose sister and best friend disapproved of her conversion to Judaism until realizing how happy it made her.