By Juliet Stamperdahl
I cannot lie to you and say that we were encouraged to marry or that the policies of the synagogue embrace or validate our union. I can say, however, that we are definitely treated by the community like we belong there.
By Andrea Marks Carneiro
Our two families connect through eating and this helps my child celebrate her Jewish and Brazilian heritage.
By Justina Colon
Justina, who is Catholic, has a close relationship with her sister Paula, who converted to Judaism after her daughter was born.
By Chaim Sodi
I was 9 years old. I knew how to write my name in Hebrew and definitely understood the difference between Judaism and Christianity.
By Susan Goldberg
My mom was a big feeder of people. When I started dating Rachel, whose parents and siblings were scattered across the globe, I think my mom felt the need to feed her, too. That's how they bonded.
By Andi Rosenthal
Her relatives didn't realize that they had invited her to witness their marriage in church on the Day of Atonement.
By Charlotte Gordon
The five children of her parents' interfaith marriage have made different choices, so they have to be careful about how they talk about Judaism and Christianity.
By Hedi Molnar
A Jewish daughter of Holocaust survivors and her Italian Catholic husband are extremely proud of their Jewish Chinese daughter for continuing her Jewish education.
By Margery Rose-Clapp
Her divorce was amicable, but she wondered what role religion played in it--especially when her ex-husband seemed less than enthusiastic about taking their daughter to Shabbat services.
A packet of articles on death and mourning in interfaith families to stimulate discussion, with values-clarification questions included.