Busted Halo
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June 7th, 2009

Interfaith Marriage… What about the kids?

The Princess, The Priest--The Rabbi--and the War for the Perfect Wedding Episode 8

by and Dr. Christine B. Whelan & Fr. Eric Andrews CSP
 
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Episode #8 — Interfaith Marriage… What about the kids?

NEXT WEEK: The Princess, The Priest and… The Velveteen Rabbit?!

Want to see more? Watch other episodes of “The Princess, The Priest and the War for the Perfect Wedding” here.

Special thanks to Rabbi Jill Hausman of The Actors Temple, NYC. Contact her at cantorweddings.com

Send us your questions!

We encourage you to email us questions, or record a short video with your question and send it to us. If we use your video in a future episode, we will give you a $25 Amazon gift certificate. Send in your questions to weddings@bustedhalo.com and hear Dr. Christine Whelan, author of the Pure Sex, Pure Love column go head to head with Father Eric Andrews, a Paulist priest with more than 15 years of wedding experience as they debate your questions: Why can’t you get married on the beach? Why is the priest being such a jerk? Why do we have to talk about sex during pre-Cana? And many more.

Dr. Christine B. Whelan, is an Iowa-based social historian, professor, journalist and author. She is the author of Marry Smart: The Intelligent Woman’s Guide to True Love, and Why Smart Men Marry Smart Women.

Fr. Eric Andrews CSP, effective September 1, 2009, is the newly appointed President of Paulist Productions, the film and television ministry of the Paulist Fathers, located in Los Angeles, California. Prior to entering the priesthood, he worked for Jim Henson and the Muppets on a variety of television productions.

 
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  • Bethany

    I come from an “interfaith” faith. My mother is Catholic and my dad is Primative Methodist. My parents raised my siblings and me Catholic (Catholic school, church every week, the whole big shabang.) I know it’s not the same as this webisode, but I know what it’s like.
    Good episode!

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