Hi Ladies!I am having an interfaith ceremony with a deacon and a rabbi. My fiance is Christian, and I was raised "ambiguously"- my mom is catholic and my dad jewish, but kind of liberal and we sort of just "celebrate" holidays by having family time... so I'm not fully educated on some jewish customs and traditions.I was wondering what things I can do to incorporiate some judaism into our ceremony. If I understand correctly, breaking the glass is something the groom usually does- if he is not jewish, is it still appropriate? Also, in catholic ceremonies, friends or family members typically read a passage related to marraige from the bible. We'll obviously choose from the Old Testament, and the rabbi has offered to help our readers select something appropriate for both faiths... what else can I do?Thanks for the advice!