By Laurie Biundo
A Jewish woman is ignored by her Catholic in-laws.
Reprinted editorial from the Forward editors about the long-awaited decision by Israeli officials to recognize Reform and Conservative conversions.
By Ronnie Friedland
Profile of Seth Greenland and review of his new play, "Jerusalem" about an intermarried couple.
By Julie Gardner
Personal narrative from an intermarried woman who decided to give up Christmas because she found it confused her sons to celebrate both Christmas and Hanukkah, but finds the sacrifice difficult.
By Danielle Leeds
On our first date I told him, if you are not open to eventual conversion to Judaism, this can go no further. It's a wonder there was ever a second date with that as my kicky opener.
By Edie Mueller
When her brother-in-law died, she wasn't prepared for how different her Jewish cultural expectations about mourning would be from those of her Catholic husband and his family.
By Jim Keen
Personal narrative about a family that is raising their kids as Jews, but those Jewish kids help their Protestant dad to celebrate his holidays, too.
By Rachel Rockenmacher
Personal narrative from a Jewish woman who had no problem telling her parents about her marriage to a Catholic man--but had a hard time telling her co-workers in the Jewish professional world.
By Teresa McMahon
Personal narrative from a Catholic woman who is raising Jewish children, explaining what she and her parents have done in order to support the girls’ Jewish education.
By Jennifer Morris
Ever since her first Christmas with their family, she's loved being a Jew at her in-law's special holiday.