By Paula C. Yablonsky
Though her daughter is in college and they have left their beloved synagogue, Paula and her husband continue to build a Jewish life together.
A packet of articles on death and mourning in interfaith families to stimulate discussion, with values-clarification questions included.
By Paula Rosenberg
She was raised Catholic in an interfaith household and chose her father's Judaism as an adult, but doesn't want to forget good relationships from her Catholic education.
By Galit Breen
What might surprise most of you to know is that the alternate title for this article was, "Why We're Not An Interfaith Family, And Why We Are."
By Stewart Ain
The Conservative movement in Judaism thought encouraging non-Jewish partners in interfaith families to convert was the best way to do outreach. They don't think so anymore.
By Diana Zankowsky
When she entered an interfaith marriage, she never imagined that she would become this involved in her synagogue--to the point of facilitating a class for people interested in becoming Jewish.
By Deborah Susser
Rabbi Yosef Garcia and Rabbi Albert Plotkin created a Ceremony of Return for a small group of descendants of conversos in Phoenix.
By David Levy
A review of Andrea Myers's memoir, "The Choosing: A Rabbi's Journey from Silent Nights to High Holy Days."
By Debbie Burton
When I accompanied my children to their conversion, I felt excluded. Many years later, when I became a Jew, I felt warmly welcomed.
By Mimi DuPree
Two children's books for Rosh Hashanah and Sukkot will appeal to children in interfaith families, but may raise difficult questions.