What is a Ketubah? A ketubah is a Jewish marriage contract. In ancient times, a ketubah was a legally binding document, written in Aramaic (the vernacular of the time), describing a groom’s “acquiring” of a bride, and stating the amount that the groom would have to pay the bride in case of a divorce. There’s […]
My sisters, Michelle (far right) and Carolyn (in blue), with a portrait Michelle painted for our High School I come from a family of artists. My mom’s grandfather was an amazing painter. My dad’s brother is the cartoonist for Sally Forth. Dave, my brother, runs the Combat Paper Program from the Printmaking Center of NJ. […]
In order to make the process of choosing an interfaith ketubah easier for you, InterfaithFamily.com describes five different trends of interfaith ketubot and offers links to websites where they can be found.