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"As I Have Done" High School Theology Lesson Guide

The Loyola Institute for Ministry has created a resource for high school educators related to the film series "As I Have Done."


The Loyola Institute for Ministry (LIM) and Salt+Light Media present "As I Have Done," a 90-minute documentary series featuring Catholic sisters' contributions to sustainable development in East Africa. The film is available through LIM’s project website.

LIM has developed a free and adaptable resource intended for Catholic high school theology/religion teachers that can be used to achieve outcomes articulated in the USCCB’s high school curriculum framework. It was created for an online learning environment but can be customized for in-person courses. Feel free to share this resource and to edit it for your students. If you have any questions about the film series or this resource, contact Project Manager Sarah DeMarais at scdemara@loyno.edu. We would love to hear how you use this film with your students!

Teacher Resources:

This document includes background about the film and additional resources, including connections to the USCCB's high school curriculum framework. It includes a lesson and viewing guide for each of the three episodes (corresponding with the below student handouts), plus additional activities and discussion questions.

  • "As I Have Done" Lesson Guide (with answer key)

This document includes all of the above plus suggested answers for the viewing guide sections. For access to this document, complete this Google Form and we will email it to you soon.

Student Handouts:

These editable documents include background information about the episode, questions to answer while watching the film, and questions related to Catholic Social Teaching. Teachers can extend these handouts with additional activities and questions from the Lesson Guide. 

For information about the project these videos come from, see Sisters and Sustainability. Related projects include Communicating Charism and Charism and Catholic Social Teaching