Students share enthusiasm for video religion program with its creator

Fourth and fifth graders of St. Anthony School in Hawthorne on May 21 met with Shevin McCullough, co-founder, executive writer, and actor of Studio 3:16, an engaging Catholic supplemental religion instruction program, during a video call. Salesian Sister Lillian Foxx implements the program in her fourth and fifth grade religion classes to augment the existing religion curriculum. It consists of Gospel-based videos and accompanying reflective, interactive activities, enabling students to gain a deeper understanding of their faith and discuss their beliefs openly. Students shared with McCullough how Studio 3:16 has affected their faith, made suggestions to improve the program, and asked questions of the creator, who spoke about his faith journey. Salesian Sister Mary Jackson, the principal, set up the call with McCullough. She worked with him previously in Tampa, Fla.

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