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African Methodist
African Methodist
   Episcopal Zion
Armenian Church
Armenian Apostolic
Assn. Unity Churches
Baha'i
Baptist
Buddhist
Christian Church
Christian Science
Church of Christ
Eastern Catholic
Eastern Orthodox
Episcopal
New Jerusalem
Hindu
Jewish
Latter Day Saints
Lutheran

Meher Baba
Moravian
Polish Natl. Catholic
Presbyterian
Protestant
Quaker
Reorganized LDS
Roman Catholic
Salvation Army
United Methodist

United Church Christ
Zoroastrian

Religious Awards
BSA Knot Awards

Other BSA Awards

 

Cub Scout Emblems

Cub Scout youth are able to earn two Catholic emblems during their tenure as Cub Scouts.

The Light of Christ Emblem is designed for the Tiger and Wolf Scouts.  This is a parish and family oriented program in which the Cub Scout works with his parent(s).  The purpose is to have the Scout develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, as a real person and his friend.

The Parvuli Dei (Child of God) Emblem is designed for Bear and Webelos Scouts.  This is a parish an family oriented program in which the Cub Scout works with his parent(s).  The purpose is to help young boys explore a wide range of activities in order to discover the presence of God in their daily lives as members of their family and parish, and also to develop a good positive self-image through the contributions they can make to the group or community.

Boy Scout Emblems

Boy Scout youth are able to earn two Catholic emblems during their tenure as Boy Scouts or as members of a Venture Crew.

The Ad Altare Dei Emblem is designed to be used with boys age 13 and 14 years old.  Other older Scouts may work with this program.  Scouts are encourage to take this program with other Scouts under the guidance of a trained counselor.  The program covers eight sections which parallel the Seven Sacraments.

The Pope Pius XII Emblem is designed for Boy Scouts and Venture boys and girls.  This is a vocation based program designed for high school and college age youth and is administered by a trained counselor.

 

The ScoutingBSA.org web site is a legacy site of the Viking Council BSA, now Northern Star Council.  
This site was the original council site and was active from 1996 to 2002 and run by volunteers.  As the web became more important to Scouting, the council took over with paid staff.  This site is no longer maintained but is an interesting snapshot of an early Scouting web site.    You can share your comments
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