When I was a child there were two books I wanted desperately to hear before bedtime. The first was Goodnight Fred. This was a favorite because the grandmother in the book comes out of the telephone to visit Fred and Arthur, her grandsons. I, too, thought my grandmother lived in the telephone and could come […]
There is a way to mourn in Judaism and then there is what really happens over the years
Reprinted news article about the efforts of Catholic Sunday schools to teach more about Judaism, and the controversy over whether Jewish religious schools should teach Christian dogma, history and culture.
Personal narrative from a Jewish woman who visited–and at first feared–her husband’s devout Catholic family in Iowa.
Personal narrative from a Catholic woman who fondly remembers her Jewish ex-boyfriend who broke up with her to sort out his feelings about marrying outside of the faith.
Reprinted profile of?Helena McMahon, manager of The?Interfaith Connection, an outreach program?at? the San Francisco Jewish Community Center.?
Why the ketubah is such a meaningful and beautiful part of a Jewish interfaith wedding