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Thursday, February 18, 2010

“School of Faith” to premiere in March on CatholicTV

Starting in March, CatholicTV will air a new series called “School of Faith”. The new show revolves around different dimensions of faith including vision, purpose, community, and surrender.

School of Faith is hosted by Frank DeVito. Frank currently works in education and studied philosophy and social science at Saint John’s Seminary College. He attended Gregorian University in Rome, Italy where he studied theology.

In each episode of School of Faith, DeVito shows how believers can allow God to transform their hearts and minds using vision, purpose, community, and surrender. Since Frank’s background is in education, the show is set in a virtual classroom to teach how to deepen viewers’ understanding of God’s calling in their lives. Frank does this by following the model of Jesus; using cultural stories and symbols of the day to communicate the nature of faith.

Starting in March, School of Faith will air each week at the following times (Eastern) at CatholicTV.com and on CatholicTV: Tuesday 3:30 a.m., 8 p.m., Wednesday 3:30 p.m., Friday 12:30 p.m.& 11 p.m., and Sunday 10 p.m.

More on Frank Devito

Frank has extensive experience in public education. He co-founded two innovative high schools for at-risk students that utilized project-based curricula and assessments that were linked to professional internships (local hospitals, universities, law offices, and community/government agencies). As both a teacher and a school leader, he inspired Chelsea, Massachusetts students to graduate and move on to post-secondary education.

Frank also pursued doctoral studies in bilingual education (specializing in culture, language, and administration) at Boston University.

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