Reform rabbis disagree about whether to perform intermarriage but are discussing the issue as a movement.
Three new scholarly reports on intermarriage argue for opening Jewish communal doors even further to intermarried couples and their children.
Orthodox Jews are gradually moving away from old communal norms of ostracizing intermarried relatives.
News story on a book that details the Greek-Jewish roots of French President Nicolas Sarkozy.
News story about new, innovative forms of outreach.
News story about several new studies on intermarriage that disagree over whether intermarriage is an independent factor in reducing Jewish observance or whether it's not as relevant once you control for other factors.
News story about new survey revealing the disconnect between the leadership and the members of Reform synagogues.
News story about a survey of under-40 Reform Jews reveals they are more observant than their older counterparts.
News story about a rabbi in San Francisco whose wife, a convert, inspired him to become a rabbi.
News story about the PJ Library, a program of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation that sends Jewish children's books to families with young children.