The Rise of Interfaith Marriage

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Two Faiths, One Home April 18, 2013

Millions of Americans are falling in love with people of other faiths, and that’s helped us become a more tolerant society. It’s also created a whole new set of challenges for couples. Naomi Schaefer Riley surveyed nearly 2,500 men and women, and has one big piece of advice: confront your differences early on.

Naomi Schaefer Riley, author of ‘Til Faith Do Us Part: How Interfaith Marriage is Transforming America
Courtesy Michael Rosenman and Mary Beth Cisneros

Mary Beth and Michael: Making it Work April 18, 2013

She’s Catholic. He’s Jewish. Mary Beth Cisneros and Michael Rosenman are raising their three children in both faiths, and that’s made for some pretty interesting backseat conversations about Jesus’ divinity, among other things. They offer their wisdom from thirteen years of marriage.

Mary Beth Cisneros and Michael Rosenman, members of the Interfaith Families Project of Greater Washington

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