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Growing Up in an Interfaith Family

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  • At the Crossroads

    By Andi Rosenthal

    Her relatives didn't realize that they had invited her to witness their marriage in church on the Day of Atonement.

    Date: 10-08-2008
  • Christmas with Christians and Jews

    By Rachel Mauro

    As a child of an interfaith family, it was a positive experience to have Christmas every year with friends of her parents: a Christian family and an observant Jewish one.

    Date: 08-01-2012
  • Giving up Christmas and Celebrating Ourselves

    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.

    Date: 08-01-2012
  • You and Israel: It's Complicated

    By Michal Richardson

    If you've ever wondered what it's like to go to Israel on a Birthright trip, this is for you.

    Date: 02-23-2011
  • Meet the Dryansky-Perreault Family

    By Judi Wisch

    An interfaith family in Conway, Mass., gets a lot out of their association with The PJ Library.

    Date: 01-14-2009
  • Talking About Death and Mourning

    By InterfaithFamily

    A packet of articles on death and mourning in interfaith families to stimulate discussion, with values-clarification questions included.

    Date: 12-28-2009
  • Interfaith Celebrities: The Fishers and the Tweeters

    By Nate Bloom

    Eddie Fisher's adult daughters of interfaith marriages, Joely and Carrie Fisher, have interesting careers of their own, and Fisher Stevens wins an Oscar for his documentary film.

    Date: 03-16-2010
  • More Than One Way To Be Jewish

    By Sylvia Izzo Hunter

    A woman who grew up Jewish in an interfaith family in Canada seeks a more accepting Jewish environment for her own daughter, and finds it in Toronto's secular Jewish community.

    Date: 10-26-2009
  • We Aren't Religious. At All. No, Really.

    By Joy Fields

    In their mixed, mainly secular family, Passover is special.

    Date: 08-01-2012
  • Rabbi Reuben's Ruminations: Talking About Jesus

    By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben

    If one parent is a believing Christian and the other is a practicing Jew, how can they talk to their children about the ways that Christianity and Judaism are different?

    Date: 09-24-2008

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