Our branch of the family converted from judaism to Catholicism sometime between the 1860s-1920s, but it’s not clear when. That fact is also not talked about all that often in the family, so some people forget...or were never told.It's people of primarily European descent still not listening. I get the feeling, I have had Christians, upon discovering I was once Jewish, heap praise on "your people" and how without "Jews" we wouldn't have Jesus in some sort of apology for centuries of being blamed for the crucifiction of Christ.
Back in the 1990s, 2 of my younger male cousins were in the early stages of antisemitism that was doing a slow burn through their local black community.* Nobody had told them about our great-grandmother by her given name, Elioni Levy. I stepped up to let them know about their jewish heritage before it was too late.
(It would have helped, though, if the other side of the family and ours hadn’t become estranged at some point.)
* We live in different states