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Being Both: Embracing Two Religions In One Interfaith Family

Posted on Oct 17 2016 under Multicultural marriage, Previous Programs



susan-katz-millerTracy-CulbreathMore than a third of all new marriages now occur between people with different religious affiliations, or between religious and non-religious people. Whether the couple is Protestant and Jewish, or Catholic and atheist, or Buddhist and Hindu, they share a certain perspective as interfaith families. So how do interfaith families bridge those religious gaps, find support, and create plans for the religious education of their children? Susan Katz Miller is here with us today to describe a number of pathways that interfaith families can take. She also encourages interfaith families to see their relationships as a source of inspiration, creative energy, and peacemaking in the world, rather than simply as a problem or challenge to be solved.


Journalist Susan Katz Miller is a former Newsweek reporter, and the author of Being Both: Embracing Two Religions in One Interfaith Family. She is the founder of the national Network of Interfaith Family Groups on facebook, and a consultant who works with clergy, seminarians, religious educators, and religious communities to better appreciate the role of interfaith families today.

Connect with Susan:  Website, Facebook, Twitter, Blog

Tracy Culbreath King has a passion for conflict resolution that began after pursuing her Bachelors of Science degree from the University of Central Florida in Interpersonal Organizational Communication. After observing the consequences of poor communication on a personal and professional level, she realized she needed additional skills to address the conflicts that often resulted from communication breakdowns. In 2014 Tracy graduated from the University of Baltimore with a Master’s of Science in Negotiation and Conflict Management.

Tracy is an Alternative Dispute Resolution Coordinator at the Maryland Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office (MACRO). Tracy also serves as a conflict coach, mediator, and promotes conflict resolution processes through trainings, outreach initiatives, and continuing education for conflict resolution practitioners.


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