By Marcus Moraes
Reprinted news article about the status of women, interfaith families, and liberal Judaism in Brazil.
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 Rabbi David Ellenson
Editorial from leaders of the Jewish Outreach Institute and the Reform movement’s seminary saying that the Jewish community should reconsider its approach to outreach to intermarried couples, and focus less on conversion.
By Abby Spotts
Personal narrative from a Jewish woman from a Conservative home who never expected to marry a Catholic but did.
By Sue Fishkoff
News article about the growing number of adults who define themselves as half-Jewish, and what the Jewish community is, and isn’t, doing to welcome them.
By Sue Fishkoff
News story about Conservative movement day schools considering making admission more flexible towards children of non-Jewish mothers.
By Julie Wiener
On the one-year anniversary of her column on intermarriage, Julie Wiener reflects on the correspondence--good and bad--she’s received.
By Nancy Thompson Brown
I was sold on this dream of a teacher with a clean, clean, clean preschool and a staff of four who were like leaving your child with your mother and your mother-in-law… but without the baggage, if you know what I mean
By Debbie Burton
At her daughter's bat mitzvah, she felt silenced by her congregation's prohibition against non-Jews speaking during services.
By Jessica Steinberg
Reprinted news article about the Israeli Supreme Court decision to allow Jews-by-choice who were converted by Reform or Conservative rabbis in Israel to be considered "Jewish" on their identification cards and for other political purposes.