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  • Up the Spiral

    By Rabbi Rachel Barenblat

    The personal narrative of a woman who fell in love with Judaism after reading a book, but nearly lost her faith when rabbis refused to marry her and her non-Jewish partner.

    Date: 06-08-2007
  • The Winds of Change through the Window of Interfaith Marriages

    By David Weintraub

    A personal narrative about am intermarried Jew and Irish Catholic who realize that their religions share the same priniples and values.

    Date: 06-08-2007
  • Gender History as a Key to Understanding Intermarriage

    By Keren R. McGinity

    Article by a researcher who found that for many intermarried Jewish women, their Jewish identity becomes more important to them because of their intermarriage.

    Date: 06-07-2007
  • Welcoming the Sabbath

    By Andi Rosenthal

    The personal narrative of a woman who worked at the Muesam of Jewish Heratige and felt out of place before adopting a Jewish lifestyle.

    Date: 06-08-2007
  • Talking about Baby Jesus

    By Rabbi Julie Greenberg

    Professional advice article advising intermarried families not to be afraid to discuss Jesus with their children and to explain that each parent thinks differently about him.

    Date: 11-30-2006
  • Coming Back after Twenty-Five Years

    By Robert Podel

    The personal narrative of a Jewish man who married a Catholic woman, raised his children as Catholic, and returned to Judaism later in his life.

    Date: 06-07-2007
  • On My Own: Entering a Synagogue without a Family

    By Douglas Smith

    The personal narrative of a man who converted to Judism and searched for a sense of belonging in the Jewish community, which he was able to find within his congregation.

    Date: 06-07-2007
  • It's About Feeling

    By Joyce MacGregor

    The personal narrative of a woman in an interfaith marriage who has raised her children as Jewish, despite a traditionally non-Jewish last name.

    Date: 06-07-2007
  • Filmmaking and Identity

    By Sam Ball

    A review about New Jewish Filmmaking Project that helps teenage Jews explore their religious identity.

    Date: 06-07-2007
  • Former D.C. Man Owes Much to Pope

    By Debra Rubin

    The personal narrative of a Jewish man who was placed in the care of a Catholic family as a child to escape authorities in 1942 and would have been adopted and converted to Christianity after his parents passing, but Pope John Paul II insisted the chil

    Date: 06-07-2007

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