About Catholic Scouting
Catholic Scouting plays an important role in the development of young peoples’ relationship with the Lord and with the Church. We are grateful for the Catholic Committee members and our scout leaders for their many hours of dedication and hard work. We hope that more of our youth and adults join in Catholic Scouting and pray that God may continue to bless the work of this very important ministry.
Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, American Heritage Girls, and their Leaders have been gathering every year for the past 39 years on the 3rd weekend in September to give a meaningful, spirit-filled beginning to a new year of Scouting.
All Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts & American Heritage Girls in grades 6-12, and Adult Leaders, are invited to the 39th Annual High Adventure Scout Retreat Friday, September 13 – Sunday September 15, 2019 at Camp Fatima in Gilmanton Iron Works, NH. The cost is $13 per scout and $10 per adult.
This retreat is very active, involving the scouts in a number of fun, interesting, challenging, thought provoking and faith filled activities. It includes a climbing wall, high ropes, capture the flag, and dance.
Uniforms are only required for flags, dinner, and Mass. Please consider wearing Class B uniforms.
For more information, contact the Catholic Scouting Committee at: firstname.lastname@example.org
To see past retreats: www.facebook.com/NHScoutRetreat/
Sponsored by the Diocesan Catholic Scouting Committee & Fr. Ray Ball, Diocesan Scouting Director & Chaplain.
Catholic Scouting Recognition Ceremony
On Sunday April 7, 2019 at 2 p.m. at St. Joseph Cathedral in Manchester, Bishop Libasci will recognize all Scouts (boys and girls) who have earned religious awards in the past year with a special blessed Certificate of Recognition, as well as present awards to adults.
NOMINATE an Adult for one of the Religious Awards.