- Registered Tiger or Wolf Cub Scout of Catholic Faith.
- The Scout must complete the requirements before starting third
- The purpose is to help the Cub develop a personal relationship
with Jesus. With the parents' active assistance and participation in
this program, it is hoped that the Cub will come to see Jesus as a
real person and his friend.
- To support the role of the parents as the primary catechists of
- To have the Scout identify Jesus as a real person and as his
- To foster early family religious involvement.
- To be a stepping stone toward Parvuli Dei and the other religious
emblems, when the parents are involved.
- To serve as a catalyst to draw the parents into a deeper
involvement with the church, through the child.
- Each Cub have his own Activity Book.
- The book is designed for the Cub and his parent or guardian to
- When the Cub completes all steps, he is presents the book to his
parish priest or the priest's representative and the book is
reviewed with the Cub.
- After the priest or representative signs the book, it is sent to
the diocesan chaplain for final approval.
- The emblem and knot may be presented at a diocesan or parish
- Actively work on the activities with his parents or guardians.
- Keep the Religious Emblems Counselor informed of his progress.
- Actively work on the activities with their son. He may need your
help with Bible readings and getting information.
- Keep the Religious Emblems Counselor informed of the Cub's
- One to ninety day(s).
- Although the book could be completed in four to six hours, the
goal of earning a religious emblem is to help the Cub develop a
personal relationship with Jesus, so it is suggested that steps be
spread over several weeks. This will help the Cub understand that
this is a long-term commitment, not a one-time project.
- Step 1 - Families
- Step 2 - God's Call
- Step 3 - Eucharist
- Step 4 - Forgiveness
- Step 5 - Family of God