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  • After the Book is Closed: Children's Books for the Fall Holidays

    By Mimi DuPree

    Two children's books for Rosh Hashanah and Sukkot will appeal to children in interfaith families, but may raise difficult questions.

    Date: 09-14-2009
  • Suddenly It All Made Sense: Finding My Jewish Roots

    By Jennifer Willis

    Her own Jewish roots were in the distant past, but the idea of reading this book still frightened her. She knew that when she read it, it would change her life.

    Date: 07-07-2009
  • How Two Baby Naming Ceremonies Helped a Jew-By-Choice Come to Terms With Her Catholic Parents

    By Marina Williams

    A personal narrative about the author's daughters' naming ceremonies bringing her closer to her Catholic family.

    Date: 06-27-2011
  • The Book of Ruth: an Interfaith Tale

    By Rabbi Geela Rayzel Raphael

    As we read and honor Ruth's journey at Shavuot, we can reflect and honor our own unique paths. Celebrate your marriages, honor the wisdom of your ancestors  and give gratitude for your abundance.

    Date: 05-03-2013
  • A Christian Mother's Jewish Prayers for Her Unborn Son

    By Cassie Havel Morgenstern

    A Christian mother's hopes and concerns for her baby, whom she and her Jewish husband will raise as a Jew.

    Date: 08-26-2011
  • Shavuot Article Archive

    By InterfaithFamily

    Some of our favorite Shavuot articles, for interfaith couples and families.

    Date: 05-23-2011
  • From The LGBTQ Archives: Spirituality

    By InterfaithFamily

    Some of our favorite articles from the LGBTQ archive about spirituality, Jewish journeys and the intersection of religion and queer identities.

    Date: 07-11-2011
  • Mourner's Kaddish as a Source of Comfort

    By Paula Rosenberg

    Each year on the anniversary of her father's death, she feels the strength of the Jewish community supporting her through her grief.

    Date: 01-18-2012
  • Fifteen Christmases and a Festival Tree

    By Michael Doyle

    "Last December, on a Jewish journey and with my possessions in storage, I celebrated my first tree-free holiday season. This year, officially Jewish and back in my own apartment, I'm finally faced with the December Dilemma. Jews don't put up Christmas trees, and there's no such thing as a Chanukah bush. And then I got an idea."

    Date: 12-07-2011
  • Orthodox Judaism

    An introduction to Orthodox Judaism, its practices and beliefs and views on intermarriage and conversion.

    Date: 02-01-2012

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