By Chaim Sodi
It was hard when his parents divorced and his dad became an outsider to the Jewish community. That didn't stop him from supporting his son in becoming bar mitzvah.
By Pearl Manne
When her youngest brother got a girl in trouble in the early 1950s, it was very hard on their immigrant Jewish family.
By Elizabeth Tragash
Personal narrative about a born Jewish couple that disagreed over having a Christmas tree in their home.
By Ken Hall
Small delicious things create Jewish identity, and this non-Jewish husband doesn't want to lose any of them.
By Ellen Scolnic
A book on Jewish language turns into a great tool to welcome non-Jewish friends and family members into the community.
By David Hoberman
His wife, who was raised Catholic, isn't particularly interested in religion, but she loves him so she supported his exploration of Judaism.
By Magnus Bennett
Report on how information of Senator John Kerry’s grandparents who perished in the Holocaust was uncovered by Prague’s Jewish community researchers.
By Rachel Baruch Yackley
Right from the start, I could tell she was a warm, funny, open-minded woman with a huge heart.
By Julie Cortes
She thought they'd done everything right to make both their Catholic and Jewish families feel comfortable with their wedding. It turns out his family had some serious reservations.
By Cassie Havel Morgenstern
The wedding didn't change us much, but it did change our friends and relatives--they became less accepting.