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2002

January

Issue 77: Talking about God in Interfaith Families

My Personal Story

Professional View

News

IFF In The News

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles


February

Issue 78: Talking about God in Interfaith Families, Part 2

My Personal Story

Professional View

Column

Dialogue and Debate

News

IFF In The News

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles

Issue 79: Passover and Easter

My Personal Story

Professional View

Column

News

IFF In The News

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles


March

Issue 80: Grandparenting, and Intermarriage News

My Personal Story

Professional View

Expanded News Section

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles

Issue 81: Grandparenting, Part 2

My Personal Story

Dialogue and Debate

News

Interfaith Family News in Israel

Passover and Easter

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles


April

Issue 82: Grandparenting, Part 3

My Personal Story

Dispatches from the Institute

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles

Issue 83: Bar and Bat Mitzvah in Interfaith Families, Part 1

My Personal Story

News

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles


May

Issue 84: Israel and Interfaith Families

My Personal Story

Professional View

Column

Dialogue and Debate

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles

Issue 85: Anti-Semitism and Interfaith Families

My Personal Story

Column

News

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles


June

Issue 86: Anti-Semitism and Interfaith Families, Part 2

My Personal Story

Professional View

Dispatch from the Institute

News from North America

News from Europe

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles

Issue 87: Bar and Bat Mitzvah, Part 2

My Personal Story

Dispatch from the Institute

News

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles


July

Issue 88: Weddings, Part 1

My Personal Story

Professional View

Dialogue and Debate

News

Dispatch from the Institute

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles

Issue 89: Weddings, Part 2

Professional View

Dialogue and Debate

News

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles


August

Issue 90: Weddings, Part 3

My Personal Story

Professional View

Dialogue and Debate

News

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles

Issue 91: The Jewish High Holidays

My Personal Story

Professional View

News

Dispatch from the Institute

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles


September

Issue 92: September 11

My Personal Story

Professional View

Personal Stories from Members of Jewish-Moslem Families

News

Dispatch from the Institute

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles

Issue 93: Birth Ceremonies

My Personal Story

Professional View

News

Dispatch from the Institute

Sukkot and Simchat Torah

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles


October

Issue 94: The Circumcision Debate, Part 1

Arguing FOR Curcumcision

Arguing AGAINST Circumcision

Review of a Book about Circumcision

News about Circumcision

Dialogue and Debate

News

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles

Issue 95: The Circumcision Debate, Part 2

Alternatives to Circumcision

Review of a Film about Circumcision

Dialogue and Debate

News


November

Issue 96: Thanksgiving

My Personal Story

Dispatch from the Institute

Dialogue and Debate

News

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles

Issue 97: Finding a Home

My Personal Story

Professional View

Dialogue and Debate

News

Dispatch from the Institute

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles


December

Issue 98: December Holidays

My Personal Story

Dispatch from the Institute

News

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles

Issue 99: December Holidays, Part 2

My Personal Story

Dialogue and Debate

News

Reviews, Interviews, Profiles

Hebrew for "Joy of Torah," a fall holiday that celebrates the completion of the yearlong Torah cycle and the commencement of a new one. Hebrew for "daughter of the commandments." In modern Jewish practice, Jewish girls come of age at 12 or 13. When a girl comes of age, she is officially a bat mitzvah and considered an adult. The term is commonly used as a short-hand for the bat mitzvah's coming-of-age ceremony and/or celebration. The male equivalent is "bar mitzvah." Hebrew for "Booths," it's a fall holiday marking the harvest, like a Jewish Thanksgiving, complete with opportunities for dining and sleeping under the stars. 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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