Richmond, Va., Apr 14, 2018 / 14:01 pm
Each year at Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School, students are required to complete a "senior evangelization project" for their final year's theology class.
This year, the students have been assigned by their teacher, John Goerke, with tackling their class project through a particular medium: film.
Each student has been charged with researching, writing, shooting, and editing their own film about Catholicism, inspired by Bishop Robert Barron's own video series, "Catholicism: Pivotal Players".
Because the project was inspired by Bishop Barron himself, the students and Goerke recently asked the Los Angeles auxiliary bishop in a video letter on Twitter to judge the final five nominees and choose the winner of what the school is calling the "Bishop Barron Video Award."