By Janet Silver Ghent
She had such happy memories of celebrating Christmas in her Jewish family as a child that she threw herself into Christmas as an adult. Giving it up has been difficult for her--and for the children of her first, interfaith marriage.
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.
By Margaret Wilson
Not all interfaith families are made by marriage--some are created by adoption and affinity.
By Heather Subba
Sharing the story of Passover with my husband's Hindu family is not so different than what my grandfather was trying to share with our family all those years ago.
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By Sunie Levin
As grandparents, how can you navigate the December holidays with your grandchildren? How do you balance Hanukkah with their other grandparents' holiday?
By Josh Bob
Review of two books for kids, perfect for reading (and hearing) about the spring holidays of Purim and Passover.
By Sunie Levin
Advice for grandparents of grandchildren being raised in an interfaith home on how to approach the Passover and Easter holidays.
By Edie Mueller
When my husband read an early draft of this essay, he asked, ''Why doesn't her partner have to support our daughter? After all, they agreed to raise children as Jews.'' What does it mean to raise a Jewish child?
By Lindsey Silken
Simone Bloom Nathan, author of Eight Candles and a Tree, shares her inspiration for the kids' book.