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Your child's decision to marry a person of a another faith is not a sign that you have failed as a parent.
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A personal narrative about the author's daughters' naming ceremonies bringing her closer to her Catholic family.
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By Rabbi Katy Z. Allen
After the author converted to Judaism, shared experiences and art helped her connect to her mother's spirituality and, ultimately, led to a beautiful and moving funeral.
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By The Jewish Daily Forward
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Despite the fact that they loved her boyfriend, Tami's parents weren't OK with her dating him. But through lots of communication, they came to choose love and supported the couple's union.