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1999

January

Issue 4: Lifecycle Ceremonies in Interfaith Families

Feature Stories

Film Reviews

Issue 5: All About Circumcision

Feature Stories

Book Reviews


February

Issue 6: Bar/Bat Mitzvahs in Interfaith Families

Feature Stories

Book Reviews

Issue 7: Interfaith Weddings Part 1

Feature Stories

Book Reviews


March

Issue 8: Interfaith Weddings Part 2

Feature Stories

Book Reviews

Dear Rabbi

Issue 9: Passover in an Interfaith Family

Feature Stories

Book Reviews

Hands-On


April

Issue 10: Death and Burial in Interfaith Families

Feature Stories

Book Reviews

Dear Rabbi

Issue 11: Gay Interfaith Relationships

Feature Stories

Book Reviews


May

Issue 12: Negotiating Interfaith Relationships and Interfaith Divorce Issues

Feature Stories

Issue 13: Relationships with the Extended Family, Part 1

Feature Stories

Theater Reviews


June

Issue 14: Relationships with the Extended Family, Part 2

Feature Stories

Book Reviews

Issue 15: More on Interfaith Families and the Synagogue: A Good Fit?, Part 1

Feature Stories

Book Reviews


July

Issue 16: More on Interfaith Families and the Synagogue: A Good Fit?, Part 2

Feature Stories

Book Reviews


August

Issue 17: More on Interfaith Families and the Synagogue: A Good Fit?, Part 3

Feature Stories

Book Reviews


September

Issue 18: Interfaith Families and the Jewish High Holidays Part 1

Feature Stories

Book Reviews

My Personal Story

Issue 19: Interfaith Families and the Jewish High Holidays Part 2

Feature Stories

Book Reviews

My Personal Story


October

Issue 20: Interfaith Families and Conversion, Part 1

Feature Stories

Book Reviews

My Personal Story

Issue 21: Interfaith Families and Conversion, Part 2

Feature Stories

My Personal Story


November

Issue 22: Dealing with Intolerance

Feature Stories

Issue 23: Dealing with Death

Feature Stories

Book Reviews

Issue 24: December Dilemma, Part 1

My Personal Story

Reviews


December

Issue 25: December Dilemma, Part 2

Feature Stories

 My Personal Story

Reviews

Issue 26: Celebrating Shabbat

Feature Stories

My Personal Story

Reviews

Plural form of the Hebrew word "mitzvah" which means "commandment," it has two meanings. The first are the commandments given in the Torah. ("You should obey the mitzvah of honoring your parents!") The second is a good deed. ("Helping her carry her groceries home was such a mitzvah!") Hebrew for "my master," the term refers to a spiritual leader and teacher of Torah. Often, but not always, a rabbi is the leader of a synagogue congregation.
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