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Today we are replaying a wonderful episode about religion and spirituality. Just passing a few major religious holidays we thought it would be important to re-visit our feelings about our adult children and their religious choices.
How many of you struggled to get your adult child to attend religious services or maybe you are worried about your grandchild having any religious upbringing.
Whatever your concerns you will love this wonderful discussion with the Reverend Elizabeth P. Randall and Galit Pinksy Gottlieb.
Elizabeth is the Rector at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Denver, Colorado. She is a graduate of Smith College and Yale Divinity School and was one of the first clergy in Denver to recognize and perform weddings for the LGBTQ community. She’s been happily married for over 30-years to someone who is Jewish. Together they have one daughter. Since the interview, Elizabeth is now a grandmother to a wonderful grandson named Frank.
Galit, who practices Conservative Judaism, served as a Synagogue Cantor for many years. She is also an author as well as a mother and the wife of a Jewish scholar. Her children were raised in the Jewish tradition and now are all in long-term relationships with non-Jewish partners.
So many journeys to understand, learn and accept. We think both Elizabeth and Galit offer support, understanding and some brilliant and thoughtful ideas and approaches.
Galit is also an author of a wonderful mystery book series called the Whipped and Sipped Mysteries.
Thanks so much to Connie Gorant Fisher, our audio engineer.
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