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This kit gives you everything you need to hold a learning event on Fratelli Tutti or facilitate individual study. Your license gives you permission to share the documents within your entire parish, school community, or diocesan office. We also give you the Microsoft Word source files for the supporting documents so you can edit them yourself.
Ways to use this kit:
- Share the DVD and file links with your staff, leaders, or parish members so they can watch at home
- Play the video and hold a discussion at a meeting of your staff, pastoral council, faith formation parents, RCIA group, confirmation group, or whole parish
The kit includes:
- DVD video (60 minutes, excluding discussion time) - A simple, narrated video presentation giving an overview of the document. Streaming video also available (see below).
- Event Outline (2 pages) - Helpful tips on how to organize and facilitate a parish gathering.
- Presentation summary (2 pages) - A shorter bullet-point summary to distribute or use as the basis for later discussions.
- Reflection questions (2 pages) - Discussion questions for each section of the presentation.
- Prayers (4 pages) - An opening and closing prayer for your gathering, as well as two prayers to take home (one for couples and one for families).
- Logo - Use our artwork to make flyers or posters promoting your event.
If you prefer the convenience of sharable online video, please order the video learning kit.
A similar Fratelli Tutti Video Powerpoint Kit empowers you to give this presentation in-person.
Note: You are allowed to email links to files, but not to post the links on your public website. Thank you for cooperating with our honor system regarding our eResource licenses.
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Fumiaki Tosu is a teacher, story-teller, and peace-maker. He is a former high school and college theology instructor, as well as former member of the Catholic Worker community in San Jose, CA. He currently works for the Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest, and lives in Portland, Oregon. He has his Master of Divinity degree from the Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University.