Scouting as a Youth Ministry
The values taught in Scouting are the same found in the Gospels. Scouting is an effective way to help Catholic youths to do their duty to God and to their country. Scouting builds character and teaches devotion to God in an environment that provides wholesome fun under the guidance of strong adult role models. The scouting programs provide a wonderful channel to involve youth in the life of Catholic parishes.
"We are a welcoming group that encourages our Scout Leaders to guide our scouting youth in their faith. To be the guiding force of Catholic scouting as youth ministry; fostering personal and spiritual growth, providing opportunities for full participation in the faith community and empowering young people to become disciples of Jesus Christ."
Diocese of Nashville Catholic Committee on Scouting Planning Meeting
We invited you to attend our meeting and help us broaden our program so we can reach all the Catholic youth in our diocese. We meet monthly on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6:30 pm.
Scouter Development: Lay Apostolate Formation for ScoutingThe Catholic Committee on Scouting will be presenting a one day retreat for
all adults interested in better understanding of the role of religious
faith in their lives.
When: Saturday, November 16, 2013 at 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Where: Jet Potter Center, Nashville, TN
Cost : $10 - Lunch will be provided.
To Register at www.mtcbsa.org "Upcoming Events", click here
For more information, call Donna Pease at (931) 801-9166
What: Program designed to help adult Scout Leaders come to a better
understanding of the role of religious faith in their lives. Through a
series of guided reflections and active participation, adult Scout Leaders
come to understand how they are called by Christ and His church to
leadership, to holiness, to conversion and to worship.
Harvey Carter (far left) receives The Silver St. George Adult Recognition Award
"Our Director of Scouting for the Diocese of Nashville Catholic Committee on Scouting,
William Harvey Carter, was presented The Silver St. George Adult Recognition Award at the
2013 Annual National Catholic Committee on Scouting Bishop's Luncheon. The Silver St.George
Adult Recognition Award from the NCCS recognizes dedicated members of its national
organization who have worked hard and diligently for many years at the national level, and
whose accomplishments carrying out the youth-serving mission of NCCS have been especially
significant. Since 2006, Mr Carter has served as Chairman of the NCCS Emblems Committee.
NCCS limits the number of awards to six per year."