I am a Jewish man who was raised Orthodox, but am not currently practicing.I am involved in a relationship with a Catholic girl who I love spending time with.Now he has a non-Jewish girlfriend and they are getting serious. The best solution is to raise serious doubts that this will work long-term.

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He is the last Jewish male in our family, since my one and only cousin is a female and I am an only child.

If he has no Jewish sons, then our family line will die.

They will probably have highly diverse reactions to the film, and the anti-Semitism elements will be very difficult for them to reconcile.

On the flip side, having them visit a Holocaust museum will also likely engender very different emotional reactions. Many intermarried couples say: "We're going to let our children choose their own religion. That way they'll get the best of both worlds." But the reality is that children of intermarried couples suffer an identity crisis.

In this video, a Jewish woman says: "Our marriage was going smoothly until the birth of our baby boy.

I was thrilled and wanted to arrange for a Mohel to do the circumcision. He said, 'I won't allow that bloody, barbaric cult ritual!

It is the most deeply-engrained cultural difference between Jews and non-Jews.

There's a video put out by the Reform Movement of America, a real-life documentary depicting a series of group therapy sessions for intermarried couples, designed to help them deal with the unique issues of intermarriage.

They need a spiritual tradition through which to experience lifecycle events, and to have a community where they feel at home.