Met with an unprecedentedly secular crop of young adults, Jewish leaders are pressing intra-religious wedding harder than ever before. A common approach? Youth groups.
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An acquaintance provided a number of us a trip after the yearly post-Yom Kippur feast. Filled with bagels, lox, kugel, and each style of pound dessert imaginable, the four of us chatted gladly about life in D.C., past trips to Israel, and shame over skipping spiritual solutions previously that day.