By Tim Rossi
Personal narrative from an intermarried Catholic man about his love and appreciation for his wife’s family Passover seder.
By Andi Rosenthal
A personal narrative from an unmarried convert to Judaism who was godmother to her committed Catholic sister’s child.
By Diana Zankowsky
Her mother-in-law really wanted her son's family to have a Christmas tree, so she chopped one down for them herself.
By Susan Freudenheim
Personal narrative from a Jewish woman who visited--and at first feared--her husband’s devout Catholic family in Iowa.
By Karyn Cook Zafran
Personal narrative from a Catholic woman hosting her parents and her Jewish in-laws for Thanksgiving for the first time.
By Valerie Cooper
Sitting shiva as a non-Jew gave her a deeper glimpse of the beautiful traditions--and strong sense of community--that Judaism embodies.
By Marlena Thompson
Review of The Jewish Book of Why, by Alfred J. Kolatch, a compendium of questions and answers regarding Jewish customs, culture, and spirituality.
By Abby Spotts
Personal narrative from a Jewish woman from a Conservative home who never expected to marry a Catholic but did.
By Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson
Professional advice column in which a rabbi advises a woman having trouble getting along with her mother-in-law that it is an important relationship and one she needs to work on.
By Julie Wiener
Personal narrative and op-ed about the fear some Jewish communal professionals have about telling their co-workers that they’re intermarried.