Scout Information

The Religious Formation office has scouting books for any scouts interested in working on Catholic scouting awards.

The Process:

Step 1: Contact your troop leader/advisor for appropriate award for your age group.

Step 2: Contact Religious Formation Office to obtain award book.

Step 3: If applicable, complete the Pre-Application and deliver to the Religious Formation Office.

Step 4: Complete activities in book and receive signature from troop leader/advisor.

Step 5: Submit completed and signed book to the Religious Formation Office for review by pastor or scout representative.

Step 6: Completed work and forms will be submitted by the parish to the Diocesan Scouting Office.

Girl Scouts:

  • For the Love of God, Diocesan (ages 7-9)
  • Family of God, National (ages 7-9)
  • Holy Family, Diocesan (ages 9-11)
  • I Live My Faith, National (ages 9-11)
  • Marian Medal, National (ages 12-15)
  • Spirit Alive, National (Senior Girl Scouts)
  • International Catholic Neighbor Program (all ages)
  • Annual Bishop’s Award, Diocesan (troop award)
  • Saint Elizabeth Seton Medal, Diocesan (adult award)
  • Sain Anne Medal, National (adult recognition)
  • Paraclete Award, Diocesan
  • Good Samaritan, Diocesan

Boy Scouts:

  • Light of Christ (ages 6-7)
  • Parvuli Dei (ages 8-10)
  • Ad Altare Dei (ages 13-14)
  • Pius XII (ages 15-16)
  • International Awareness Activity Program (all ages)
  • Pope Paul VI (unit recognition)
  • Golden Bow (unit recruitment award)
  • Gold Medallion, National (unit recognition award)
  • Bronze Pelican Medal, Diocesan (adult award)
  • St. George Medal, National (adult recognition)
  • Good Samaritan, Diocesan

In order to participate in Boards of Review, Retreats, and Advancements, all paperwork must be submitted by the end of January. Scouting Masses typically occur in March.

Additional information can be obtained from your Pack/Troop, our Religious Formation Office, or the Diocese Website.

The link is:

http://www.catholicyouthri.com/catholic-scouting