Aviva Cohen
Darrell Friedman Institute

THE CHALLENGE OF PLANNING AN INTERFAITH WEDDING

 In Personal Perspectives

When I got engaged four years ago, some of my relatives asked if my fiancé Chris was planning to convert. The answer was no: I was Jewish, he was Catholic, and none of that would change once we were married. Being an interfaith couple wasn’t something we worried about much. Our thinking, we recognize now, was matter of fact and fairly superficial. At 24 and 25 years old, we’d been together for five years already and lived together since senior year of college. Religion never posed an issue before—why should it now? Read more…

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