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  • Standing Up and Being Counted

    By Debbie Burton

    In college, Debbie's only connection to Judaism was her boyfriend. At her 25th reunion, she was Jewish, and she wanted all her Jewish college classmates to know.

    Date: 06-29-2009
  • Rabbi Reuben's Ruminations: Passover: What Should I Know?

    By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben

    Fabulous, friendly rabbi gives the basics of Passover.

    Date: 08-01-2012
  • First Rosh Hashanah in Buenos Aires

    By Marina Williams

    At her first Rosh Hashanah celebration with her new boyfriend, she felt welcomed into his family.

    Date: 09-10-2009
  • No Denying America

    By Dana Kletter

    A philosophy professor writes a novel set in Vietnam-era Boro Park, the Hasidic enclave in Brooklyn.

    Date: 07-20-2009
  • This Is How I Roll On Shabbos

    By Matt Wallace

    Learning about Shabbat with his wife, he realised that there's no wrong way to celebrate the Sabbath.

    Date: 08-10-2011
  • Tu Bishvat: Interfaith Friendly, Jewish in Nature

    By Aaron Kagan

    A local foodie in rural Massachusetts created a Tu Bishvat seder that could include his non-Jewish partner and their Jewish and non-Jewish friends.

    Date: 08-01-2012
  • Review of The Bookseller's Sonnets

    By Ruth Abrams

    Review of Andi L. Rosenthal's The Bookseller's Sonnets, a novel weaving contemporary and historic narratives of interfaith relationships.

    Date: 11-15-2010
  • From The LGBTQ Archives: Families

    By InterfaithFamily

    Some of our favorite articles from the LGBTQ archive about relationships between partners and with our families.

    Date: 07-11-2011
  • This is What Interfaith Sounds Like

    By Josh Olivier-Mason

    An audio essay about being interfaith.

    Date: 11-13-2011
  • Oy Tannenbaum

    By Molly Parr

    Personal narrative about the December dilemma, with a recipe to boot!

    Date: 12-15-2011

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