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Cultural Judaism

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  • Passover in Paris

    By Jayne Cohen

    Professional view and personal narrative from a woman who made Passover seders in Paris for her daughter and her friends, including recipes.

    Date: 11-27-2006
  • What's Different about Gay Wedding Ceremonies?

    By Rabbi Miriam Jerris

    Professional view from a Secular Humanist rabbi describing gay wedding ceremonies she has developed and officiated.

    Date: 01-08-2007
  • Connecting with Judaism Because of My Secular Spouse

    By Gina Hagler

    Personal narrative from an intermarried non-Jewish woman who agreed to raise her children Jewish, but didn’t realize her husband was a secular Jew.

    Date: 02-19-2007
  • Activism as an Aphrodisiac

    By Sue Eisenfeld

    Personal narrative about how wanting to improve the world drew an interfaith couple together and keeps them united.

    Date: 08-01-2012
  • Jewish Knowledge Reaches Deep into Howard Dean's Past--and His Home

    By Matthew E. Berger

    Interview with Howard Dean that focuses on his intermarriage, his knowledge and practicing of Jewish culture and rituals, and the local Jewish community’s response.

    Date: 02-20-2007
  • Interfaith Families and Secular Judaism

    By Cantor and Rabbi Judith Seid

    General information about how interfaith couples and ceremonies are handled by the Secular Humanistic Jewish movement.

    Date: 05-02-2007
  • A Secular Welcoming

    By Rabbi Miriam Jerris

    General information about, and ideas for, Secular Humanistic Jewish birth ceremonies.

    Date: 05-18-2007
  • A Quilt? A Stew? Who Are We, Anyway?

    By Linda Arking

    Personal narrative about how one mutli-cultural and multi-faith family celebrates Thanksgiving:  with food from each culture, reminiscences about the family’s and recipes’ origins, and lots of talk about thankfulness.

    Date: 11-20-2006
  • New Pathway: Ann Arbor's Jewbilation Offers Another Option for Intermarrieds.

    By Shelli Liebman Dorfman

    A news article about Jewbilation, a philosophy that incorporations many Jewish traditions and is designed for interfaith families.

    Date: 06-07-2007
  • Thank God My Husband Is a Former Presbyterian/Quaker Agnostic

    By Sue Eisenfeld

    Personal narrative from an intermarried Jewish woman who says her Jewish identity is in her religious practice, it’s in her salivary glands, her genes, her brain and her temperament.

    Date: 08-01-2012

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