Interfaith families often raise their children Jewishly. They are growing our community — and it’s time to welcome them properly.
What I have been thinking about since Rabbi Buchdahl’s sermon is the loss we suffered because we have for too long thought of Jewishness as a race.
The Israeli Education Minister was wrong to compare interfaith marriage to the Holocaust. Interfaith couples add so much to our community.
The clearer you and your husband can be about your own goals, the better. How will you reinforce those values at home?
A Jewish woman’s nieces and nephews are telling her kids that being Jewish just ain’t that cool. She asks the Seesaw how she can set them straight — without sounding preachy.
You are right: you will sound judgmental if you approach it the way you are considering. I suggest an alternate approach, which might lead to better understanding and communication between you and your sister. Start with respect: yours of her choices, and hers of yours.