This page contains links to various web sites and organizations of possible interest to the Scouts, their parents or members of the Catholic Committee on Scouting.
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National Catholic Committee on Scouting http://www.nccs-bsa.org/  The National Catholic Committee on Scouting® (NCCS) is a church committee of concerned Catholic lay people and clergy who see as their mission the constructive use of the program of the Boy Scouts of America as a viable form of youth ministry with the Catholic youth of our nation. The committee, which is advisory to the Boy Scouts of America, seeks to sustain and strengthen the relationship between BSA and the Catholic Church in the United States. 
National Catholic Committee for Girl Scouts and Camp Fire http://www.nccgscf.org The NCCGSCF oversees, develops, implements, and evaluates religious recognition programs and training opportunities for diocesan and parish leadership and for Catholic leaders in Girl Scouting and Camp Fire. 
American Heritage Girls http://www.ahgonline.org American Heritage Girls is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country.  
Diocese of Colorado Springs Office of Youth Ministry http://www.diocs.org/TCE/youth/index.cfm  
Archdiocese of Denver - Catholic Committee on Scouting http://www.archden-dccs.org  
Diocese of Pueblo - Catholic Committee on Scouting http://www.dioceseofpueblo.com/diocesandirectory/speciallistings.htm#oy_Scouts Directory of Boy & Girl Scout contacts for the diocese 
Ad Altare Dei - Resources and Answers for Counselors http://www.stvincentscouts.org/aad/  
Catholic Diocese of Colorado Springs - Departments & Ministries http://www.diocs.org/DepartmentsMinistries.aspx  
International Catholic Conference on Scouting http://www.cics.org WHAT IS ICCS? First and foremost, it is a "meeting place" that provides the opportunity for its members to meet together as friends, and for Catholic Scout leaders and officials to share their experiences as providers of an educational service from the viewpoint of the Catholic faith. It is also a Church experience in the communitarian sense of the term. ICCS also provides both Formation and information through workshops and seminars, publications and documents dealing with the spiritual dimension of Scout education, the Scout educational method and education in the faith, establishing the right relationship between membership in the Church and membership in the Scout Movement, and dialogue with other creeds in Scouting.  
Scouting in the Catholic Community (BSA) http://www.scouting.org/filestore/pdf/210-010_WB.pdf  
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