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So all of these things let me-- I wrote about all of these things in a paper called Full Week Faith, and it's available online free to download. You can read more information about it. And there's also a study guide that goes along with it as well. I wrote it in a way that religious professionals could take this document and share it with laypeople, because we all know these common issues.

KAREN BELLAVANCE-GRACE: Right. So this is where the curation piece comes in, because I've heard this also from religious educators, is that our Tapestry of Faith curricula are so well written and so thoroughly researched and so pristinely edited, and that takes a lot of pages. So I know I've heard from religious educators too, who have teachers that get overwhelmed when they see that it's 30 something pages to download. So that's where the religious educator can be a curator and just take out the text of the story to share with your parents of kids who can't be there on Sunday morning, along with two or three questions for reflection together, instead of downloading the whole lesson plan.

There's the Full Week Faith page. It's on a Weebly website, which is a free website building tool. So the entire document is there. You can download it or you can read it online. You can read it by chapters or share chapters with your RE committee. There's also a discussion guide that my colleagues, Pat Infante and Mark Bernstein created to engage your lay leadership around, and the activity cards are there as well.


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