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The Catholic religious recognition programs administered by the National Catholic Committee for Girl Scouts and Camp Fire (NCCGSCF), under the auspices of the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry (NFCYM).  These programs allow young people to explore and become more involved in their Catholic faith. All programs are designed to support and complement the catechetical efforts of Catholic parishes and schools.  For more information, follow this link.

Boy/Girl Scout Medals Price List – Price List for all the Religious Emblem medals.

These religious recognition programs may be utilized by members of:

  • Girl Scouts USA
  • Camp Fire USA
  • American Heritage Girls
  • Junior Daughters of the Americas
  • Catholic youth groups
  • Religious education classes
  • Or others as designated by the diocesan authorized administrators.

Family of God – Family of God is a bilingual activity series developed to complement the catechetical efforts of the parish and families with children in the second and third grades. Revised and transliterated into Spanish in July 2004, the program helps children discover the presence of God in their daily lives as members of their family and parish.

I Live My Faith – The I Live My Faith program is designed to help Girl Scouts and Camp Fire members in grades 4-6 appreciate more deeply the place that God and religion occupy in their daily life. The action-oriented activities focus on developing awareness within the individual of his/her potential as a growing person, friend, family member, citizen, and a participant in the community of faith.

Mary, the First Disciple – The Marian Medal program is written for young Catholics, grades 7-10, to enable them to “proclaim the greatness of the Lord.” This is accomplished by actively involving the participants in an understanding of Mary as a model of openness and spirituality—a woman of the church.

The Spirit Alive – This program is designed for Catholic youth in high school (grades 9-12) who are in the senior level of Girl Scouts or Horizon Club members of Camp Fire Boys and Girls. It assists them in discovering how the Holy Spirit moves in their lives, calling them to greater participation in the church’s ministry.

Girl Scouts / Camp Fire – Link at the NFCYM for the Girl Scout and Camp Fire programs. Follow this link for a list of Frequency Asked Questions about the Girl Scout / Camp Fire religious emblem programs.

Girl Scout Medals and Books – The Religious Emblem books and medals for the Girl Scouts/Camp Fire programs are available from the Archdiocesan Division of Youth and Young Adult Ministry office. Contact Susan Smith at 410-547-5372.