By Ilisia Kissner
A Jewish educator attended her nephew's wedding in a Catholic church on Shabbat.
By Matthew Scott
One doesn't really run into Jewish folks too often growing up in rural Indiana; one certainly doesn't get an idea of the ins and outs of Jewish culture or food.
By Leah R. Singer
Leah's mother-in-law knew what it was like to fall in love with someone of a different faith--so she's supported Leah to the hilt.
By Alex Goldfein
Personal narrative describing the cultural differences between a Jewish man from southern California and his Hindu wife from Bangalore, India.
By Sara Masri
My husband is proof that enjoyment of Jewish food can be acquired.
By Aliza Arzt
The daughter and grandaughter of rabbis, she never thought she would fall in love with someone who wasn't Jewish--but she did.
By Pearl Manne
When her youngest brother got a girl in trouble in the early 1950s, it was very hard on their immigrant Jewish family.
By Ken Hall
Small delicious things create Jewish identity, and this non-Jewish husband doesn't want to lose any of them.
By Cynthia Schwan
An ex-Baptist and her husband each found different spiritual paths while raising their Jewish daughters.
By Jeffrey Grover
Writing and acting in a play about interfaith marriage prompted this actor to reflect on his recent divorce.