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Girl Scouts recognized at the Celebration of Catholic Scouting

2020 Catholic Scouting Mass

Memphis and Jackson area Girl Scouts were recognized at the Celebration of Catholic Scouting hosted by the Catholic Diocese of Memphis. A special mass was celebrated by Father Arnold at St. Louis Catholic Church in Memphis, TN.

Catholic religious recognition programs allow Girl Scouts to explore and become more involved in their Catholic faith.

The following Girl Scout Daisies earned their God is Love Award: Elyanna Kaden Greeson, Callie Rose Woodward

The following Girl Scout Brownies earned their Family of God: Sophie Bebawy, Payton Avery Childress, Amelia Cook, Sally Edwards, Mary Frances Mabry, Lainey Norman, Benedetta Santopuoli, Evie Campbell, Sadie Dixon, Julia Hill, Calla McDaniel, Katherine Sciara

The following Girl Scout Juniors earned their I Live My Faith: Raina Regner, Ashlynn Mooshegian, Moyin Agbaosi, Kristen Branch, Charlotte Podraza, Margaret Dockstader, Sophia Reeves, Teresa Myers, Avery Dixon, Anna Wilson

The following Girl Scout Cadettes earned their Mary, the First Disciple: Abigail Marie Todd, Reese Regner, Abigail Podraza, Alyssa Wicks, Marianna Fulcher

The following Girl Scout Seniors earned their The Spirit Alive: Emily Dockstader, Gabriella Myers

Girl Scout volunteer, Sarah Dockstader, received the St. George Award. This award is used to recognize individuals in our local dioceses for their significant contributions and many years of support for the Catholic Youth Ministry at the local level.

Girl Scout Religious Recognitions were created by national religious organizations to encourage the spiritual growth of youth members, religious recognition programs reinforce many of the values integral to Girl Scouting and help girls grow stronger in and learn more about their chosen faith.

Each religious organization develops and administers its own program. The brochure "To Serve God" lists the religious recognitions created by various faith groups. You can find this brochure, a video explaining religious recognition programs, and other resources for collaborating with faith communities at P.R.A.Y. Publishing.

Some religious organizations are not affiliated with P.R.A.Y. or may not have a national office. To learn about their religious recognitions, contact local leaders.