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March 11, 1994 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-11

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PHILIP TEWEL

PHILIP TEWEL

Food and Beverage Director

Approved By Council of Orthodox Rabbis

Intermarriage Topic
At JCC Symposium

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16, Lena Romanoff was
in college studying nurs-
i and looking for a re-
ing
k ligion that suited her
needs.
After taking several religion
classes, she came across one she
felt comfortable with. She liked
the way this newly found faith
encouraged questions, that
there were not always definitive
answers, and that family was
important.
In 1973, Ms. Romanoff, then
21, converted to Orthodox Ju-
daism.
On March 20, Ms. Romanoff
will bring her book, Your Peo-

ple, My People: Finding Accep-
tance and Fulfillment as a Jew
by Choice, and a message to the

Maple/Drake Jewish Commu-
nity Center as part of a 7 p.m.
symposium on intermarriage.
Judy Petsonk, a New Jersey
native and co-author of The In-

termaniage Handbook: A Guide
for Jews and Christians, will
also be featured during the
JCC's symposium. She will ap-

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People, My People.

group to include those who were
not planning to convert and
were criticized."
While the make-up of the
group has been changed, her
message has not.
"I am vehemently opposed to
intermarriage. We must en-
courage conversion but I am
against coerced conversion," Ms.

—Judy Petsonk

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Judy Petsonk, co-author of The Inter-
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pear at 7 p.m. March 13.
Ms. Romanoff started a con-
versions support group in her
hometown of Penn Valley, Pa.
Her group, Jewish Converts
and Interfaith Network, has
grown tremendously since its
inception and has touched the
lives of 35,000 people.
"Within the community the
group was received well," she
said. "But then people came to
me saying, 'My sister is marry-
ing someone who is not con-
verting.' We expanded the

Romanoff said. "If there is no
conversion we must make sure
the couple has the guidance
they need."
Ms. Petsonk, who has also de-
signed workshops and pro-
grams for intermarried couples
and their families, will address
the internal stresses of reli-
giously mixed relationships and
the in-law conflicts that often
accompany them.
"Conflicts tend to surface
around holidays and life-cycle
events," Ms. Petsonk said. "It's
important to stop and evaluate
what's going on because there
is so much intense emotion in-
volved. Being able to listen and
learn are also crucial."
Both authors will also discuss
raising children in mixed
marriages. CI

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