Catholic Committee on Scouting and Camp Fire
The committee meets at St. Joseph's in Cupertino, Stevens Creek and De Anza Blvd., 7:30pm - on the fourth Monday of January, March, May, August, and October.
Welcome to our homepage!  We are a committee of the Youth and Young Adult Ministry office of the Diocese of San Jose.  We support and promote Catholic youth ministry in the Boy Scout, Girl Scout and Camp Fire programs.  We primarily serve the scouting and camp fire units in the Santa Clara county.  Our group organizes the annual Catholic awards recognition ceremony, and co-sponsors the annual Retreat-O-Ree. 
Committee Members:
Diocese of San Jose, CA.
Committee Meetings:
Committee Chair, Camp Fire & Cub Scout
Religious Emblems Laison:
CCS Chaplain - Santa Clara University:
Youth Director, Diocese of San Jose:
BSA - Santa Clara County Council:
Girl Scouts of Santa Clara County:
Liturgy Advisor:
Pacific Skyline Council:
Member at Large, Webmaster:
Boy Scout/Venture Religious Emblems Laison:
Member at Large:
Member at Large:
Member at Large:
Member at Large:
Member at Large:
Member at Large:
Member at Large:

Ann Resch
Rev. Paul Soukup, S.J.
Antonio Ojeda
Phu Tran
Tiffany Strickland
Marcy Keeler
Donna Marcopulos
Wesley Wong
Patricia Cuadros
Moira Delumpa
Frank Diaz
Joan Schenck
Pete Silva
Bob Ulicki
Elaine Ketell
Bob Wedig
2009/2010 Events:
       Retreat-O-Ree       Oct. , 2009
Rancho Los Mochos, Livermore
       Religious Recognition Ceremony       March 21, 2010
     St. Joseph's Cathedral, San Jose
Scouting as a Youth Ministry:
The values taught in Scouting and Camp Fire are the same found in the Gospels. Scouting is an effective way to help Catholic youths to do their duty to God and to their country.  Scouting and Camp Fire build character and teaches devotion to God in an environment that provides wholesome fun under the guidance of strong adult role models.  The scouting and Camp Fire programs provides a wonderful channel to involve youth in the life of Catholic parishes.

Young people experience Scouting and Camp Fire as a growth into personal maturity and social responsibility.  They learn to assume their role in life with a high degree of commitment, and to care for others who are less fortunate.  They develop a strong desire to build a culture of goodwill, respect for the environment, acceptance of duties, including the most fundamental of all duties - love of God and obedience to His will.
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