Celebrating Scout Sunday at a Minnesota parish

Scouts celebrate Scout Sunday at St. Odilia parish in Shoreview, Minnesota, as Scouts do at many Catholic parishes throughout the country. At St. Odilia, Scouts served as altar servers, gift bearers, greeters, and ushers on […]

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Catholic Scouting Celebrates Catholic Schools Week: United in Faith and Community

“Catholic Scouting creates community by helping connect young people with fellow students and by helping school families build relationships with fellow school families,” said Lisette Reina-Naranjo, principal of St. Michael the Archangel Catholic School in […]

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Catholic Scout Julia Amendola of West Nyack, New York finds great joy in serving others

“Ever since I was a little girl, I have wanted to make people smile. That’s probably why I chose Scouting. I remember the first time I heard my brother repeat the Scout Law. The words […]

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2023 NCCS Scholarship awardee: “I choose to live a life where I participate in society and extend the charitable beliefs of the Catholic Church and Scouting”

Catholic Scouting helped Bridget Brady of Byram, New Jersey discern her life calling to become a therapist and help people struggling with mental health issues. For Bridget, this need was highlighted during the pandemic, when […]

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2023 top NCCS Scholarship awardee: “I believe that to lead is to serve”

Catholic Scout Jack Gros from Oakland, California is deeply committed to serving others, his parish community and protecting the environment. The pandemic pushed Jack into a leadership role – keeping his Scouting unit alive during […]

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10 reasons why your child will love being a Catholic Scout

As a parent, you’re constantly on the lookout for experiences that will enrich your child’s life, strengthen their faith, and instill valuable life skills. One of the best ways to accomplish this is through Catholic […]

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“Light of Christ” emblem: illuminating young Catholic Scouts

The “Light of Christ” emblem is a religious recognition available to Tiger and Wolf Cub Scouts.

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Do you have what it takes to go on a vocation retreat at 12,000 feet?

Are you considering your vocation? Do you know you want to live a faith-filled life and be connected to the Catholic church but not sure what that means for you?

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Eucharistic Revival Activity Program aims to inspire understanding and experience of Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist

In support of the National Eucharistic Revival, the National Catholic Committee on Scouting is offering the Eucharistic Revival Activity Program. Any Catholic age six and up can participate in this special activity program – it’s […]

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Joshua in front of the parish chicken coop he helped build

Scout dedicated to service: “Volunteering is one of the best ways to make a positive impact on society”

Joshua Soberano is passionate about serving others and has volunteered countless hours over the years. One example from the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic: Joshua organized the Summer of Service initiative through his home […]

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