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How Will We Answer Their More-Than-Four Questions?

They’ll have more than four questions. How will we answer them?

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Gathering Inclusiveness at the Seder Table

At an interfaith seder in memory of a dear friend, Jamie is amazed by the inclusivity of her friends

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What’s on the Menu for an Interfaith Passover?

My Catholic family’s hosting Passover this year. Here’s what’s on the menu

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The Interfaith-Humanist-Vegan Passover Seder: A Mouthful in Many Ways

By Jared David Berezin When our eyes begin to burn and tear up my wife and I look at each other and laugh. That’s when we know the horseradish is ready. We also bake our own homemade matzah, and the unleavened flat bread resembles pita or injera (Ethiopian bread). Preparing Passover-friendly food from scratch and […]

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Guide to Passover

Guide to Passover for Interfaith Families

This Guide to Passover for interfaith families will answer all your questions

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Ma Nishtanah: Why are Jewishly Engaged Interfaith Families Different from Other Jewish Families?

There are times in life when we’re in the zone. We’re so involved in performing or participating in an activity that we get lost in the experience. Other times, we’re more of a participant-observer. We’re engaged in the action or event, but we have enough distance from what is happening that we can study or […]

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My Family’s Homemade Haggadah

Like all Jewish holidays in my family, Passover with my family is an entirely interfaith affair. There are Catholic adults and kids, Jewish adults and kids, Christian adults and kids and one 92-year-old Russian Orthodox (Christian) grandma. But the emphasis is on the kids: Between my brothers and me, we have 10 children. My brothers’ […]

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Kids’ Books that Matter: Expand & Embellish the Story – Passover

Discover the best new Passover books for kids as well as Haggadahs for all ages!

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Coming In… and the Planet?

Last week, we were “going out” (“Ki Tetzei“) and this week, we are “coming in.” In the first words of this week’s parasha, Ki Tavo (“When You come In [to the land of Israel]”), we find Moses/Moshe continuing his long valedictory address to the people. He wants to cover all bases, since he isn’t coming […]

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A New Passover Haggadah from Edgar M. Bronfman

Edgar M. Bronfman’s no stranger to intermarriage. The publicity in the lead up to his 2008 book, Hope, Not Fear: A Path To Jewish Renaissance, was full of great quotes: “Now we have a choice. We can double the amount of Jews that there are, or we can irritate everybody who’s intermarried and lose them […]

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