By Michael Brent
His girls go to Jewish day school--how would they react to the neighbors' Easter celebration? How would he?
By Paula Rosenberg
As Father's Day approaches, the author thinks about her father. This was the first year she said Kaddish for him as a Jew.
By Julie Wiener
Many Orthodox and Conservative Jewish leaders worried the Reform movement's 1983 decision to affirm the children of Jewish fathers as Jews would divide the Jewish people. That doesn't seem to have happened.
By Michael J. Jordan
Family week at Jewish camp provides a Hungarian interfaith family with a sense of community and home.
By Deborah Susser
Like most parents, I wanted my daughter to have what I had not. In my case, that meant a sense of being grounded in a particular community and tradition.
By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben
Bedtime rituals are among those spiritual moments that can work for an interfaith family.
By Judi Wisch
The Lenns are an interfaith family: a mommy, a daddy and a preschooler who likes to read books about animals, celebrate Shabbat and eat grapes.
By Julie Wiener
Reassessing the impact of defining who is a Jew, a quarter-century after the Reform movement decided that children with a Jewish parent of either sex were Jewish.
By Rabbi Mayer W. Selekman
What has become perfectly clear is that more and more congregations are finding ways to embrace and engage their entire congregational family, including the intermarried among them.
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.