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A Catholic, a Muslim, a Jewish Education, an Interfaith Family

Interfaith families continue to build bridges–quietly, peacefully, steadily, around the world. For today’s post, I invited guest blogger Kristen to write about her Catholic and Muslim relationship, and why she intends to raise her children with both family religions. 807 more words

Interfaith Children

Ever wanted to meet your Mohel? Me neither.

Ever seen the movie Men in Tights? There is that scene where Rabbi Tuckman, played by Mel Brooks, is explaining what a Mohel does.

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To sing or not to sing...in Church

It’s the time of year when radio stations are full of Christmas music. Sirius XM has traditional, country, modern, and a few other random stations. I happen to love White Christmas and Winter Wonderland. 518 more words


Solstice time

Last night we went to the Winter Solstice Pageant. It was held in a Unitarian church and put on by Circle Sanctuary as an interfaith solstice. 272 more words


Christmas Tree: Christian image or secular holiday?

Let me start by saying and if I remember correctly, Jen was always going to have a Christmas tree. For me, it was more a matter of Jen understanding what that meant because I wanted the points. 517 more words


Finding a Religious home


One of the decisions that we have struggled with in talking about religion is deciding on the type of religious community we want to join. 449 more words


A Millennial Perspective on Interfaith Marriage: When Unchurched Meets Unmosqued

(Note: Today I’m pleased to share this space with guest blogger Frank Fredericks.)

I recently read Susan Katz Miller’s Being Both, which is a practical, story-based guide on the many options interfaith couples have, with a particular focus on the feasibility of raising children in more than one faith tradition. 817 more words

Interfaith Families