Wednesday, August 31, 2016 Av 27, 5776

In welcoming intermarried families, congregations must maintain sacred traditions while meeting demands made by the modern world
By:
Rabbi Neil S. Cooper
When it comes to welcoming interfaith families, our struggle is to find the right balance between tradition and change, between Jewish practice and secular norms.
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For those not inclined to bury their heads in the sand, it’s time to recognize an established fact: The tide has turned when it comes to intermarriage.
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By:
Rabbi Seymour Rosenbloom
As we enter the holiday season, we need to be able to embrace all the people we love and respect all their traditions.
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Cheers for Jewish-Latino relations, apprehension over interfaith and a lament over the new placement of the candle-lighting times.
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By:
Rebecca Richman
Local high school graduate Rebecca Richman reflects on the gravity of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as she readies to join the Israel Defense Forces through a program for new immigrants.
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