Once taboo, "marrying out" is now commonplace and — outside Orthodoxy — widely accepted.

Effective counseling of intermarried couples makes the difference for the Jewish future--not officiating at their weddings.

Whether you ignore Christmas altogether or celebrate it with non-Jewish friends or family, the holiday provokes a lot of emotions.

Interfaith families struggle to be true to the religions of both parents during the winter holiday season.

10 tips for making families, friends and guests of all backgrounds feel comfortable and welcome on your big day.

The second-largest Jewish denomination in the U.S. maintains that Jewish law remains binding, but is open to adaptions that reflect modern realities.

Rabbis and cantors aren't the only options, and chemistry matters.

It's important for the non-Jewish spouse to support the Jewish partner's religious identity, live in a Jewish home, and bring up Jewish children.