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.
By Dr. Judith Davis
Professional advice on how bar/bat mizvah marks a time of transition for the whole family, not just the twelve or thirteen year-old: the parents’ relationship with each other has matured, the grandparents are getting older, and these
By Ilene Springer
Personal narrative about the power of ethnic food and culinary traditions to bond interfaith familes, since "The good thing about food is that it usually has little to do with doctrine."
By Rabbi Kerry M. Olitzky
Reprinted professional advice about how to make the Jewish community more welcoming to interfaith families, something that is important to think about especially around the High Holidays.
By Ronnie Friedland
Review of Jonathan Metzger’s film Bit By Bit, about a Nintendo-obsessed Swedish Jewish boy, his non-Jewish girlfriend, and his family’s seder on the eve of a big Nintendo competition that he tries to keep secret.
By Julie Slotnik Sturm
Personal narrative and general information about The Interfaith Community, a grass-roots, community-led Jewish community (with services and a school) in New York City.