A Scout is Reverent!
2017 Religious Emblems Ceremony
Religious Emblems Info
"A Scout is Reverent."
"Duty to God."
More than just phrases found in Scouting, these are words our Scouts strive to live by on a daily basis.
To help them grow in their faith, Catholic Scouts have four Religious Emblem programs available for them to earn.
Scouts can earn:
Light of Christ - Designed for 6-7 year old Cub Scouts
Parvuli Dei -Designed for 8-10 year old Cub Scouts
Ad Altare Dei - Must be 13 years old at beginning of program. Designed for Boy Scouts and Male/Female Venture Crew Members.
Pope Pius XII - Must be 15 years old at beginning of program. Designed for Male/Female Venture Crew Members and Boy Scouts.
By earning any of the Religious Emblems, the scout is also entitled to wear the BSA Youth Religious Knot. Only 1 knot is sewn on scout uniform, no matter how many Religious Emblems he/she earns.
Registered Catholic adults are entitled to wear the BSA Adult Religious Knot if they receive the St. George Emblem.