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Interfaith Weddings

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    My Big Fat Non-Jewish Wedding

    By Bryna Bass

    Personal narrative about interfaith couple that first planned a secular Jewish wedding but then the Jewish woman realized her Judaism was cultural, not religious, and so they had a non-religious wedding.

    Date: 08-01-2012

    The Wedding: A Mixed Blessing

    By Sarah Callahan

    Personal narrative about the preparation and implementation of an interfaith wedding with special attention to how one couple spoke with their parents and set aside time for romance.

    Date: 08-01-2012

    Meeting the Parents of Your Jewish Daughter's Catholic Fiance

    By Tom Muchel

    Personal Narrative about all the tensions and negotiations that went on within and between the families when a Jewish woman married a Catholic man, both from observant backgrounds.

    Date: 08-01-2012

    A Catholic Priest's Perspective on Interfaith Marriage

    By Reverend Walter H. Cuenin

    I would like to offer a few points for reflection based on my thirty years' experience as a priest who has been involved in many interfaith weddings.

    Date: 08-01-2012

    A Sample Interfaith Wedding Ceremony

    By Rabbi Devon A. Lerner

    Professional view article containing a sample script of a Jewish-Christian co-officiated ceremony, with an emphasis on the Jewish parts but with elements of both.

    Date: 08-01-2012

    A Jewish Wedding Under $2,500

    By Rachel Rourke

    Their first wedding was a civil marriage, but they recommitted to one another in midlife under a huppah.

    Date: 08-01-2012

    Intercultural Wedding in Italy: Sipping Sake With a German Couple in Siena

    By Rabbi David S. Gruber

    An interfaith, intercultural wedding in Italy, highlighting Jewish traditions - with a twist.

    Date: 07-31-2012

    Choosing an Interfaith Ketubah

    In order to make the process of choosing an interfaith ketubah easier for you, describes five different trends of interfaith ketubot and offers links to websites where they can be found.

    Date: 03-07-2012

    The Rabbi and the Elephant: How I Officiated a Cosmopolitan Interfaith Wedding in Thailand

    By Rabbi David S. Gruber

    With guests from Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Thailand and the U.S. present, Nad and Alex's wedding was easily one of the most cosmopolitan I had ever officiated. With a fairly traditional inclusive Jewish ceremony, bookended by Thai customs, it was definitely one of the most intercultural. Throw in the fact that I was upstaged by an elephant, and you have the backdrop for a great story!

    Date: 12-12-2011

    Out of Many Beliefs, One Ceremony

    By Cheryl Glantz Nail

    The wedding she'd never imagined was just as beautiful as the one she'd pictured.

    Date: 07-16-2010

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