By Julie Wiener
Divorce entangles children in inevitable conflicts and forces them to shuttle between two different homes and sometimes, two different religions.
By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben
Bedtime rituals are among those spiritual moments that can work for an interfaith family.
By Vicki Boykis
The short story collection One More Year delivers what its title hints at, a reading experience of floating for one more year as an immigrant between cultures.
By Dan Bindschedler
While grieving and mourning, unexpected places can offer peace, solace and sanctuary for people who were raised in interfaith homes.
It is customary for the youngest child at the Passover seder to recite the four questions from the Haggadah. Roni demonstrates the traditional tune for the four questions as she sings in Hebrew.
By J.R. Wilheim
A new take on an old spiritual practice, designed to rid you of Jewish anxiety and feelings of exclusion from the Jewish community.
By Eric Herschthal
At 40, in part because of the influence of his Catholic wife, the author of an acclaimed memoir claims his Jewish identity.
By Shannon Sarna
The hamantaschen recipe that made her a hamantaschen fan. Plus, the family story behind the Purim recipe.
Some of our favorite articles from the LGBTQ archive about relationships between partners and with our families.
Rabbi Warshal's response to the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life's report that one in four American adults who are married or living with a partner are in a bi-religious relationship. The most difficult decision for these couples who have children is to decide in which religion to rear their offspring.