By Rabbi Arthur P. Nemitoff
Professional advice from a rabbi about how to celebrate the High Holidays as an interfaith family at home, but the paramount importance of going to synagogue.
By Edie Mueller
The personal narrative of a Jewish woman who wanted to be a nun when she was young, but ended up connecting to her Jewish faith after she married a Catholic man who rejected his Catholic upbringing.
By Rabbi Dr. Barry Leff
Opinion piece from a Conservative rabbi who says the Conservative movement should allow non-Jewish partners to be non-voting members, should permit the children of non-Jewish mothers to enroll in the early years of religious school and should welcome a
By George Markley
Reprinted opinion piece and personal narrative speech about why rabbis’ refusal to officiate at interfaith weddings is an important symbolic act that will protect the Jewish future.
By Joe Eskenazi
Reprinted news article about a panel of intermarried, actively Jewish Conservative congregation members, and the ideas that they and San Francisco-area Conservative rabbis discussed about "new approaches to intermarriage," focusing on frami
By Ellen S. Glazer
Personal narrative from a Jewish woman about her longing to have her non-Jewish husband share in her spirituality.
By Julie Wiener
Reprinted news article about a study showing that the Reform Movement is "doing a good job of making interfaith families feel welcome...but are less effective at encouraging these families to ’move along in their Jewish journey’."
By Dr. Paula Brody
Professional view "Dear Dr. Paula" article about how repetiton builds comfort, and how the High Holidays are perhaps not the best time for a Christian’s first experience in a synagogue.
By Alex Romano
Personal narrative from a Jew-by-choice telling how his journey to Auschwitz and his daughter’s spirituality led him to journey toward Judaism.
By Edmund Case
Personal narrative by Ed Case, publisher of InterfaithFamily.com, about his trip to Ireland, and realization, while sitting in a Catholic church, how essential it is to make services welcoming to people of other faiths.