By Lois Rubin
Jewish mourning practices can be psychologically helpful to people who have lost parents, even when those parents aren't Jewish.
By Emily Savage
I've realized that this is my religion, or at least a major part of it--my family, and our own traditions--the meshugah life of a Jew who wholeheartedly celebrates Christmas.
By Michelle Wolfson
Michelle grew up in a Jewish-Catholic interfaith family, but she doesn't identify as anything. Her children identify her as Catholic and themselves as Jews.
By Ruth Andrew Ellenson
The editor of The Modern Jewish Girl's Guide to Guilt explains how her interfaith upbringing inspired her book.
By Ronnie Friedland
Profile of Cheryl Coon, a reviewer for Interfaithfamily.com and author of an annotated bibliography of childrens' books called Books to Grow With: A Guide to the Best Children's Fiction for Everyday Issues and Tough Challenges .
By Ilisia Kissner
A Jewish educator attended her nephew's wedding in a Catholic church on Shabbat.
By Ren Faught
The daughter of an interfaith family who was not raised as a Jew discusses the importance of the Hebrew name she picked when she converted.
By Charlotte Gordon
Her father, who had converted away from Judaism, mocked her for wanting to be a Jew. After her conversion, he died. How should she mourn?
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 Jesse Tisch
Young adults with interfaith backgrounds can increasingly be found working at Jewish organizationsóbut they still face some subtle obstacles.