By Paula Rosenberg
She was raised Catholic in an interfaith household and chose her father's Judaism as an adult, but doesn't want to forget good relationships from her Catholic education.
By Rabbi Heather Ellen Miller
Rabbi Miller finds that being the child of an interfaith family gives her special insight into working with interfaith families.
By Leslie Hilgeman
A rabbinical student from an interfaith family offers prayers for healing with coworkers from Haiti.
By Sara Davies
She always knew that her mother's family was Jewish and that her father's family wasn't, and didn't like Jews.
By Margaret Wilson
The adult child of a Holocaust survivor in an interfaith marriage describes herself as a rebel. She has done all she can to hold on to her Jewish identity.
By Seth Bobrow
Working on his family cabin with his mom and step-dad gave him a sense of responsibility and adult mastery.
By Greg Aguele
So I got on a plane--even with El Al stopping me about my name--for a 12-hour flight to reclaim my birthright.
By Ruth Schapira
How do we talk to teens about religion? About their religious identity? About their parent's conversion?
By Dan Bindschedler
Dan lost his connection to Judaism when he lost his mother. Ironically, it took moving from NYC to Portland, OR, to find a new one.
By Brittany Ritell
After Brittany's parents visit her in Israel, she reflects on the unique interfaith nature of their time together.