Judaism

Converting to Judaism allows me to be part of a tradition of strong Jewish women. 

How American Jewish teens, like me, combine authentic customs with contemporary relevance. 

Thousands of teens gathered — and bonded — in Dallas for USY International Convention.

Experiencing anti-Semitism in Moscow didn’t weaken me; those words strengthened my Jewish identity. 

Psalm 96 says “Sing to God,” I say gladly. 

Confirmation graduates share Jewish reflections.

My Judaism is a balance between secularism and observance, and that’s OK by me.

I look to the achievements of Devorah, the judge, to navigate a Torah and modern way of life.  

The hands of many people shaped the person I am today. 

Mayim Bialik’s commitment to Modern Orthodoxy is out of this world. 

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