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Religious Journeys

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  • A Joyful Noise

    By Andi Rosenthal

    The personal narrative of a woman who ran into difficulties due to inaccurate inferences based on her last name.

    Date: 07-23-2007
  • Seeking the Light: Child of Holocaust Survivors Reclaims Judaism

    By Hedi Molnar

    Personal narrative from the child of Holocaust survivors describing how she felt compelled to connect with and pass on Judaism once she had (adopted) children.

    Date: 08-02-2006
  • Pittsburgh Rabbi Met with Future Pope

    By Susan Jacobs

    Reprinted news article about a rabbi’s meeting with Pope Benedict XVI and his and his colleagues’  differing opinions about whether Razinger will be good for the Jews.

    Date: 11-30-2006
  • Judaism a La Carte

    By Cara Nissman

    A woman’s personal narrative of the pleasure she finds in celebrating Judaism and praying outside of a temple or synagogue.

    Date: 06-12-2007
  • Hug Often

    By Heather Seith

    A Jewish woman describes her Shabbat practice with her Catholic husband.

    Date: 02-29-2008
  • I Do! A Jewish Premarital Counseling Program

    By S. Courtney Nathan

    Professional view article from a†program developer†about I Do, a Jewish Family Services†premarital class devised to help interfaith couples†prepare their†relationship†and themselves spiritually, emotionally, and logistical

    Date: 11-14-2006
  • Israel--Still a Sticky Subject in Interfaith Families Like Mine

    By Marlena Thompson

    Personal narrative of an intermarried Jewish woman describing her thoughts and emotions about Israel.

    Date: 07-27-2006
  • Learning from Experience: Real Life with Extended Interfaith Families

    By Amy Elkes

    Personal narrative about a Jewish woman’s frustration with her boyfriend’s family’s ignorance about all things Jewish, but her appreciation of their willingness to learn.

    Date: 11-09-2006
  • Interfaith Families Raising Jewish Children

    By Edmund Case

    Reprinted professional view and personal narrative of Ed Case, founder of InterfaithFamily.com about his personal and professional journey with interfaith family issues, and his call for outreach to interfaith families by American Jewish comm

    Date: 07-28-2006
  • Paging Dr. God: Jewish Views of Illness and Healing

    By Marinell James

    The Jewish custom of praying for people who are ill or injured is very old. In recent years, rabbis and other Jewish thinkers have worked to revive old traditions and restore Jewish ideas about health and healing to the mainstream of Jewish life.

    Date: 09-02-2009

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