Activities for Children

Armata Bianca

Started 30 years ago in Italy, Armata Bianca is an internationally based prayer group for children. Armata Bianca is Italian for “White Army” and is based on the living the messages of Our Lady of Fatima and praying the rosary. The OLMC chapter of Armata Bianca began in November, 2000. More information may be found under Prayer & Sacraments > Prayer Ministries or you may go there directly by clicking here.

Little Flowers

Little Flowers is an organization whose goal is to provide young Catholic girls, ages 5-12, with an opportunity to gather and learn about their Catholic heritage, faith and traditions. Virtues are taught through the lives of the saints and Scripture. For current contact information, please go to Stewardship > Ministry Directory or go there directly by clicking here.

Scouting

Girl Scouts

According to the Girl Scouts of USA, "The Purpose of Girl Scouting is to inspire girls with the highest ideals of character, conduct, patriotism, and service that they may become happy and resourceful citizens." These values are reflected in the openning of the Girl Scout Promise, "On my honor, I will try: To serve God and my country, To help people at all times, And to live by the Girl Scout Law."

If you are interested in finding out more about Girl Scouting at OLMC, current contact information may be found Stewardship > Ministry Directory or go there directly here.

Cub Scouts (Grades 1-5)

The Cub Scout program helps boys to develop qualities they will carry throughout their lifetimes by focusing on 12 core values of character development: Citizenship, Compassion, Cooperation, Courage, Faith, Health and Fitness, Honesty, Perseverance, Positive Attitude, Resourcefulness, Respect, and Responsibility.

If you are interested in finding out more about OLMC Pack 125, current contact information may be found Stewardship > Ministry Directory or go there directly here.

Boy Scouts (ages 11 & up)

Scouting, what is it all about? There are three aims to scouting:

  • Aim I: To build character
  • Aim II: To foster citizenship
  • Aim III: To develop fitness

These three aims are the bedrock of the American Scouting movement they represent the long-term outcomes we want for every boy.

It is the mission of the Boy Scouts of America to serve others by helping to instill values in young people, and in other ways to prepare them to make ethical choices over their lifetime in achieving their full potential.

Unlike Cub Scouting, which many of you are familiar with, Boy Scouting is a youth-lead organization. The boys learn how to organize and lead the Troop. After training, and with supervision from the adult leaders, the boys run the show.

For more information about OLMC Troop 125, you may find current contact information Stewardship > Ministry Directory or go there directly here.


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