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The Rosary Patch Series
This program focuses on the Mysteries of the Holy Rosary and how to Pray the Rosary. This is an opportunity for youth and adults to learn more about their faith. All youths and adults can work on this activity and earn the patch. This activity can be worked on individually or as a group.

International Awareness Recognition Medallion
This activity pin, patch, and medallion is offered in recognition of demonstrated awareness of Scouting in the Catholic Church throughout the world. The requirements are different for Cubs, Scouts/Venturers and Scouters and are listed on the application.

Duty to God Patch
These words reaffirm our commitment to the important precepts of Scouting - The Scout Oath and the Scout Law. The twelfth point of the Scout Law is, "A Scout is Reverent." In recent years, as the Catholic Church more fully developed its apostolate to youth, it became known as Youth Ministry. Use this patch to promote "Scouting as Youth Ministry."

Baltimore Catholic Historic Trail
The Ark and the Dove landed at St. Clements Island in 1634 bringing Catholic settlers to Maryland from England. American Catholicism began in Maryland and in Baltimore. This Trail helps convey a sense of the rich religious history we have in Baltimore.
Trail Guide Book  |  Guide Book Answers  |  Google Map of Trail

Footsteps of American Saints - This religious activity honors those men and women who led heroic lives of faith.  Their words, deeds and their devotion to prayer and to the sacraments, inspire all American Catholics.  In the Church calendar for the United States, some have the rank of "Saint" and are venerated by the Universal Church.  Some have the rank of "Blessed" and are venerated by the local Church.  Some have the rank of "Venerable" and, while on the way to becoming a "Saint", may be venerated by Catholics.  Most of these men and women lived and worked in North America in what is now the United States.  Some others never set foot in America, however they had a huge impact on the Catholic American landscape.  All of them sought to follow Jesus.