“Oh…I thought I told you about that.” A phrase I’ve said far too often during wedding planning
People ask “How’s married life?” It’s complicated
Why celebrating Yom Kippur this year enriched my observance of Ash Wednesday
Reprinted news article about Edgar Bronfman’s statement that stigmatizing the intermarried is “racist,” and that interfaith families are key to a thriving Jewish future.
Becky isn’t expecting her fiance’s response to her Christmas tree opposition
A news article about the growing number of Jewish-Hindu intermarriages and the “HinJew” children that such relationships produce.
Personal narrative by an interfaith Italian Jewish-Pakastani Muslim couple who are determined to
By Olufemi Sowemimo OK, I’ll come clean: I wasn’t expecting to meet my wife on Tinder. I’m not some app-phobic, anti-technology fuddy duddy who assumed that real relationships could only happen through friendly set-ups and Katherine Heigl-worthy meet-cutes. I knew fully well that swiping right could possibly lead to a relationship. Given the app’s reputation, though, I […]
Personal narrative from a Jewish-Protestant interfaith couple who wanted to raise their children with some religion, and found the only reasonable compromise in the Unitarian church
By Dr. Ruth Nemzoff Q: Recently, our twenty year old daughter called from college to announce that she is bringing home her first serious boyfriend for Rosh Hashanah. He is an A student, the leader of his a cappella group and involved in community service. Before she introduced him to us, she warned us that although […]