Family of God is the official religious recognition program of the Roman Catholic Church for children grades 2-3 who are enrolled in the Girl Scouts, Camp Fire, American Heritage Girls, and other Catholic youth organizations.
Revised 2013. The I Live My Faith program is multi-disciplinary and designed to promote growth in faith by teaching youth, grades 4-6, about the Nicene Creed, sacraments, service, and prayer.
Mary, the First Disciple is written for young Catholics, grades 7-10, to enable them to “proclaim the greatness of the Lord.”
Models of Faith Throughout the long tradition of the Catholic Church, women and men have been inspired by the Holy Spirit to stand up for the faith in the midst of great trials and at deep personal risk. Learn more about these great Models of Faith.
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. The book may be used by those in other Catholic youth organizations.
Parents are charged with the responsibility of passing on the gift of faith to their children. This short booklet is full of great information and helpful tips for families to grow in faith together.
The youth recognition pin is presented to youth who respond to the call of discipleship through service or ministry to their parish/school community.
Holy Fire - Chicago UIC Pavilion, Chicago, IL October 20 & 21 2017: 9am-3:30pm CT
Provides all who minister to young people with an effective blueprint for building a truly meaningful ministry.
This pin is presented to adults in a parish and/or school setting as an expression of appreciation and gratitude.
The God Is Love program is designed for use with students who are in kindergarten or first grade.
A step-by-step guide for adults working with the, Mary, the First Disciple religious recognition program.
These colorful table tent-cards are a great way to encourage prayer in the home. One side offers two different meal prayers, the traditional “Bless Us O Lord” and an alternative.
Explore some of the wonderful aspects of the Jubilee Year of Mercy in the Catholic Church.