In the Ad Altare Dei religious emblem program for Boy Scouts, one of the exercises is to compare the Ten Commandments to the Boy Scout Law.
Children of all ages can learn more about St. Isaac Jogues by participating in activities described in the Footsteps of the American Saints program.
Sometimes we can teach our children through the ordinary. We can help kids learn about St. Peter Claver on his feast day (September 9) by checking your first aid kit. Your kids might say “What does a first aid kit have to do with a saint?” So be prepared to answer them.
Pray this intercessory prayer to St. George when you need the strength and courage to resist evil and stand up for what is right. This prayer is written with youth in mind and the types of experiences they have in their daily lives.
St. Katharine Drexel was from Philadelphia. She inherited over several million dollars. And she gave it all away! She was especially shocked by the treatment of Native Americans and was appalled by what she read in A Century of Dishonor, a book by Helen Hunt Jackson. She decided to use her money to finance missions for Native American communities.
The Parvuli Dei Cub Scout emblem can be earned by Catholic boys and girls who are Cub Scouts in the 3rd through 5th grade. Activities are in a workbook.