Thanks for joining AL.com's Red Clay Readers on the second week of a five-week journey into "To Kill a Mockingbird," the beloved book by Monroeville native Nelle Harper Lee.
At noon today, you'll see a discussion story of the seventh and eighth chapters of the novel led by AL.com's Kelly Kazek, accompanied by a video of famed author Fannie Flagg talking about the Southern classic.
But, like last week, we want to jump into the week with a discussion question:In the first chapters, Lee called going to church "Maycomb's principal recreation." Is that still true for towns and cities throughout the state? If not, why is religion or attending church not as big a On Sales as it was then?
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