By Rabbi Jerome Epstein
Reprinted professional view from rabbi Jerome Epstein, executive director of the Conservative movement, explaining a new initiative to Jewishly engage and educate the children of interfaith couples.
By Andi Rosenthal
A personal narrative from an unmarried convert to Judaism who was godmother to her committed Catholic sister’s child.
By Nina Amir Lacey
Outreach experts tell parents in interfaith families how to introduce Yom Kippur to their children
By Ronnie Friedland
Audio interview with a Jewish woman and a Catholic man about their relationship and how their interfaith differences are a "strength."
By Jonathan Groner
Review of Jew vs. Jew: The Struggle for the Soul of American Jewry by Samuel G. Freedman, a recent history of the fall of the ethnic Eastern-European collective Jewish identity, and what Judaism looks like in America today.
By Alizah Salario
Review of Alternadad, Neal Pollack’s irreverent memoir on finding a balance between staying hip and being a good dad.
By Janet Silver Ghent
Personal narrative from a secular Jewish grandma who rediscovered Judaism--after her daughter converted to Christianity.
By Vicki Streiff
Three picture books for children deal with difficult issues in the biblical book of Genesis in an age-appropriate manner.
By Penina Adelman
Review of Who Am I?, directed by Lena Romanoff, a documentary about the children of interfaith families and their reaction to their religious upbringing.
By Jim Keen
Review of Making a Successful Jewish Interfaith Marriage, by Rabbi Kerry M. Olitzky with Joan Peterson Litman is a how-to guide for any couple in a serious interfaith relationship.