Thank You for Attending The Bishop's Annual Dinner for Scouting
Honoring Most Rev. Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, DD, PhD
Tuesday evening, May 1, 2018
See the Tablet Article at this link:
Bishop DiMarzio's 2018 Good Scout Honorees:
Rev. Thomas F. Vassalotti, Pastor Divine Mercy Parish, Brooklyn, Chaplain
Emeritus, Diocese of Brooklyn C.C.O.S. , Eagle Scout
Chief Charles Scholl, NYPD Brooklyn South
Jablon, Executive Vice President, Maimonides Medical Center & Sponsor of the Celebration of Light
John DeLosa, Long & DeLosa Construction & Co-Founder of the Celebration of Light
Bronze Pelican Awardees
Helen P. Cureton, CCOS, Troop 333, Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, Cambria Heights, Queens
Rev. Franklin Ezeorah, Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, Cambria Heights, Queens
Deacon Vincent Lino, Chaplain CCOS, Saint Anastasia Church, Douglaston, Queens
Rev. Fred Marano, Sacred Heart Church, Glendale , Queens
Tom Reilly, Scoutmaster
Troop 427, Sacred Heart Church, Glendale, Queens
Sean Rowley, Scoutmaster
Troop 187, Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Brooklyn
Saint George Awardees
Rev. Hilaire Belizaire, Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, Cambria Heights, Queens
John DiMarco, Scoutmaster Troop 99, Saint Athanasius Church, Brooklyn
John J. Fullum, Sacred Heart Church, Glendale, Queens
Rev. Peter D.
Gillen, KCHS, Saint Brendan Church, Midwood, Brooklyn
Rev. William A. With,
Resurrection Church, Gerritsen Beach, Brooklyn
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton
Jeanne Marie Cirone, CCOS, Girl Scout Leader, Mary Queen of Heaven Church,
Service to Youth Award
Vincent Gentile,R.A., PGK, Eagle
Scout, Troop 22, Saint Francis Xavier Church, Brooklyn N.Y.
Committee on Scouting Chairman's Award
Archbishop John Hughes KOC Council # 481, Brooklyn,
CCOS Quality Diocese Award for 2017
The Dinner and Journal Proceeds benefit the Catholic Scouting Program of the Brooklyn Diocese
Scouting in the Local Church- Diocesan Catholic Committee
March 5th - 9th, 2019. Florida Sea Base, Florida Keys, FL.
Spend a five days at Florida Seabase this Conference which
will include the Theology of the Church, Where Catholic Committees fit in as a ministry, and how to organize a successful
Diocesan Catholic Committee. Registration Fee - Option 1 - $400 participant including lodging with bedding and
towels, meals, snacks, meeting facilities and course materials. Option 2 - without lodging is $200 per participant.
More information available at : Kathy Polowski, 480-244-6806.
2019 NCCS ANNUAL MEETING
April 25 - 28, 2019
Tulsa, OK 74146
The International Catholic Conference of Scouting provides an opportunity for
its members to meet together as friends in the Catholic Church. It links the Catholic Church and the Scouting Movement all
over the world. It contributes to the complete education of young people through Scouting from the perspective of the Catholic
faith. It develops and enhances the spiritual dimension of Scouting in the World Scout Movement.
The Pope appoints priests to work with the International Catholic Conference of Scouting as ecclesiastical
assistants (chaplains). This recognition activity is an ongoing special project of the International Committee of the National
Catholic Committee on Scouting (USA). Proceeds will further the work of the International Catholic Conference of Scouting
and help enable representation by NCCS chaplains at ICCS meetings and NCCS chaplain support at international scouting events.
All youth and adults—Scouts or non-Scouts, Catholic or non-Catholic, male or female—are
welcome to participate in the Religious Activity Programs promoted by the National Catholic Committee on Scouting. These activities
include the Rosary Series, the Footsteps of American Saints, the International Catholic Awareness Award, and the Good Turn
Project. The activities may be used by families, schools, or any Girl Scout, Boy Scout, Cub Scout, American Heritage Girl,
Campfire or Venturer.
The youth and adults must
perform the requirements for their grade level to complete this activity. Click on the program link above related to the grade
level of the youth to see the detailed requirements. For a printable flier click here.
Completion of the Activity
After completing the requirements,
a parent or scout leader will complete the NCCS Order Form and mail it along with the applicable fee to the NCCS. The answers to the questions do not need to be forwarded when
ordering the patch.
The Pins, Medallions, and Patches
are to be presented to those who earned them and can be presented in a formal Awards Mass, Scout meeting, by family members,
etc. The key is to make the presentation special, so the youth understand why they have earned this patch. Also, the presentation
should be done in a timely manner so the youth is recognized shortly after completing the activity.
Ordering of Recognition:
Please submit your orders using the Online NCCS Order Form.
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