By Sherry Ellis
She can live with being the only Catholic in her family if raising her children Jewish gives her a victory over Hitler.
By Birger Stamperdahl
Thinking things through and negotiating was important to their relationship. The issue of circumcision was a lot more difficult to negotiate than others.
By Lindsey Silken
If you asked me what my type is, Catholic FBI agents from Kentucky probably wouldn't roll off my tongue.
By Julie Cortes
She thought they'd done everything right to make both their Catholic and Jewish families feel comfortable with their wedding. It turns out his family had some serious reservations.
By Chana-Esther Dayan
A Jewish woman in an interfaith marriage found spiritual satisfaction on an Orthodox outreach trip to Israel for women, thanks to her husband's support.
By Juliet Stamperdahl
I cannot lie to you and say that we were encouraged to marry or that the policies of the synagogue embrace or validate our union. I can say, however, that we are definitely treated by the community like we belong there.
Joe Bologna and Renee Taylor discuss their many vow renewals-- a Catholic ceremony, a Protestant ceremony, two Jewish ceremonies and a Buddhist ceremony.
By Judith Bolton-Fasman
Profile of Rabbi Tirzah Firestone, author of With Roots in Heaven: One Woman’s Passionate Journey into the Heart of Her Faith, and her spiritual journey that led her to new approaches of incorporating interfaith families into her synagogue.
By Jane Larkin
I derive more connection and fulfillment from Judaism today as one-half of an interfaith couple than I have in the past.
By Andrea Marks Carneiro
Our two families connect through eating and this helps my child celebrate her Jewish and Brazilian heritage.