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 Aaron Kagan
If the engagement was a catalyst for conflict, which it was, the wedding was the resolution. All of the issues raised by announcing our intention to wed had either been worked out by the big day or resolved themselves before our very eyes during the reception.
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 Rachel Baruch Yackley
Right from the start, I could tell she was a warm, funny, open-minded woman with a huge heart.
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 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.
By Marinell James
How do you tell your parents you are converting to Judaism?
By Nicole Habif
It may be the marriage that counts in the long run, but the wedding planning gave me the wisdom to know when to compromise, the patience to understand the foibles of those I love and the strength to accomplish both without losing who I was in the process.
By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben
Rabbi Reuben advises parents of children of dating age to think about the values rather than the religious backgrounds they would like potential partners to have.