Jews Around the Globe
The land where Hitler once ruled has a burgeoning Jewish community.
Since World War II, migration and birth trends have changed Jewish demographics.
This "fifth denomination," founded in the 1960s by a Reform-ordained rabbi, describes itself as humanistic rather than atheistic.
A snapshot of American Jewry.
Jewish communities from Boston to Berlin are growing and succeeding despite facing challenges.
Seeking to resolve questions and doubts, the author is led to the Secular Humanist Jewish rabbinate.
As the Jewish community ages, younger generations face difficult decisions regarding their parents' and grandparents' care.
Jewish families today tend not to conform to the image of two married parents living with their kids.
Adjusting communal structures to match the new realities of the Jewish family will require letting go of a romanticized version of familial reality.
As Jews adopt children in increasing numbers, many of these children come from abroad.