Scout is Reverent
A Scout is reverent.
He is reverent toward God. He is faithful in his
religious duties and respects the convictions of
others in matters of custom and religion.
members to grow stronger in their faith, religious
groups have developed religious emblems for Boy
Troop 7 Scouts and their parents are encouraged to
speak with the religious leaders of their faith to
participate in their respective emblem programs.
Emblems Program information
For any Boy Scout who is Catholic who would like to
pursue the Catholic Church's Ad Altare Dei emblem; OR any
Scout or Venturer interested in the Pope Pius XII emblem --
you are invited to attend instructions for these emblems at
St. Francis Catholic Church.
Eligible Scouts may join a class at St. Francis each
August. The emblems are presented by the Bishop at a
ceremony each April. For information about these classes
or about religious emblems of any faith, please contact the
The Ad Altare Dei (to the altar of God)
Religious Emblem program is to help Catholic Boy
13-14) develop a fully Christian way of life in
the faith community. The program is organized in
chapters based on the seven Sacraments.
Ad Altare Dei Emblem Program
Pope Pius XII is Catholic Scouting's
church-related ministries and vocation program for
Scouts 15 years and older. The program deals
with different life choices (single, married,
religious, ordained), occupations and ministries
in the church as calls from God
Pope Pius XII Emblem program
Diocese Catholic Committee on Scouting