By Joseph Algazy
Reprinted news article about the efforts of Mishpaha Hadasha (New Family), a group of lawyers trying to expand marriage rights. Now only 58% of Israelis are eligable to have their marriage and family legally recognized in Israel (it has
By Rabbi Tirzah Firestone
Personal narrative about a creative interfaith wedding that incorporated elements of many religions.
By Marlena Thompson
Review of books letting you know what to expect and how to behave at religious ceremonies in many different religions.
By Gail Quets
Review of The Guide to Jewish Interfaith Family Life: An InterfaithFamily.com Handbook, edited by Ronnie Friedland and Edmund Case, a collection of essays written by interfaith couples and children of intermarriage about their challenges and v
By Sheila McIntosh
The personal narrative of an Irish Catholic woman who raised her children Jewish with her Jewish husband, but struggled to feel comfortable with the decision until her young daughter began to confidently display her Jewish identity.
By Rabbi Bruce Kadden
Review of Common Prayers: Faith, Family, and a Christian’s Journey Through the Jewish Year by Harvey Cox, who is married to a Jewish womand and explores his relationship to Jewish tradition from a Christian approach.
By J. Singh
Personal narrative from an Indian-Italian Catholic woman who had to tell her parents she was dating a Jewish girl.
By Edmund Case
The personal narrative of a Jewish man whose wife pointed out to him that many Jews are somewhat hypocritical in feeling uncomfortable when Jews convert to another faith, but openly accepting and supporting people of other faiths who decide to convert
By Sarah Flicker
Reprinted personal narrative about a young Jewish woman whose Buddhist boyfriend felt uncomfortable in traditional Jewish institutions, so she started her own, "The Progressive Jewish Circle" in Toronto, which is "welcoming, creat
By Rabbi Jacques Cukierkorn
Professional View/Advice Article explaining how to combine elements of both traditions and have equal representation of both clergy and religions by following the "three C" method: communication, clarification of expectations, and compromis