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What My Fraught Interfaith Marriage (And Eventual Divorce) Taught Me About My Judaism

I did not leave my husband because I am a Jew and he is not. But in finding my faith, I also found was that my husband did not respect my journey and therefore me.

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A Feminist Prayer for Rosh Hashanah—In Honor of Hannah

May we be blessed this Rosh Hashanah that all our prayers are answered, as Hannah’s were answered, with joy and with gratitude. 

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Tashlich: A Ritual in Four Stations.

Tashlich is not just throwing bread into a body of water. It can be more. Here a rabbi describes how her children invented a meaningful ritual for the New Year. 

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Hearing the Shofar as a Baby’s Cry

Taking a step back from intellectual musings on the shofar, a rabbi taps into the raw emotions that this ritual offers. 

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“She’s Got a Ticket to Pray–But She Really Don’t Care”

Bafflement. Outrage. Humiliation. These are the emotions of one woman who is asked to pay a steep fee for synagogue entrance during the High Holidays.

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A recorded conversation with Joy Ladin at Washington's DCJCC. She's wonderfully instructive, sometimes in deeply poignant ways; listen carefully here when she describes, among other things, the plight of transgender teens and their very basic need for shelter. 

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