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Two couples smiling into the camera while wearing green St Patricks Day attire

My dad died when I was 10, both of his parents already long gone before him. He left behind one sister, my aunt, but I haven’t seen her since I was 13.

Kate Bigam

The white steeples of Protestant churches mark the villages in my hilly New England landscape, and the people I meet daily are white Christians.

Carol Ascher
Jewish star necklace

As I write this, I’m one week away, almost to the hour, of walking into my beit din (rabbinic court) at Temple Emanu-El in Birmingham, AL.

Susan Elliott Brown

Though Pope Francis may not know it, he and the ancient rabbis have a lot in common.

Jennifer Queen

After one of my talks during my recent trip to Europe, a woman named Judith asked whether signing the Israel Religious Action Center’s petitions and letters really

Anat Hoffman

The Church of the Multiplication of Loaves and Fishes was first built on the shores of the Sea of Galilee in 480 AD. It was set ablaze in the middle of the night early last Thursday morning.

Anat Hoffman

On Yom HaShoah, the anniversary of the Warsaw ghetto uprising, we remember the Jews killed in the Holocaust.

Ellen Cassedy

I was saddened to hear the news this week of the passing of Father Theodore Hesburgh, former president of the University of Notre Dame.

Betty Signer

At some point in his or her career, every member of the clergy is called on to defend the efficacy of organized religion as a force for good.

Rabbi Joshua Davidson

What is my Israel story? Let’s start with this: I am a Roman Catholic who lives in a Jewish family. What you are about to read are observations from that perspective.

Karen Klobucher

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