Girl Scouting Religious Emblems

Religious Emblems for Girl Scouting

The Catholic religious recognition programs administered by the National Catholic Committee for Girl Scouts and Camp Fire (NCCGSCF), under the auspices of the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry (NFCYM), allow young people to explore and become more involved in their Catholic faith. There are five Religious Emblems that a Girl Scout can earn.

God is Love 
For Daisies in Grades K-1. The God is Love program helps students discover an appreciation that God created, cares for, and loves us all. 

For Brownies in Grades 2-3. The Family of God is an excellent for children preparing for the reception of their first Eucharist. Click on the Name of the emblem for more information.
 
For Girl Scouts in Grades 4-6. The I Live My Faith program is multi-disciplinary and designed to promote growth in faith by teaching youth about the Nicene Creed, sacraments, service, and prayer. Click on the Name of the emblem for more information.
 
For Girl Scouts in Grades 7-12. The Marian Medal program is written for young Catholics, grades 7-10, to enable them to “proclaim the greatness of the Lord.” This is accomplished by actively involving the participants in an understanding of Mary as a model of openness and spirituality—a woman of the church. Click on the Name of the emblem for more information.
 
For Girl Scouts in Grades 9-12 who have completed the Mardian Medal Program. The Spirit Alive assists the Girl Scout in discovering how the Holy Spirit moves in their lives, calling them to greater participation in the church’s ministry. Click on the Name of the emblem for more information.
 

Girl Scout Religious Emblem Forms

Girl Scout Religious Emblem Information

Girl Scout Religious Emblem Order Form