Religious Emblems

Duty to God is not only part of the Cub Scout Promise, but a big part of our effort in Pack 811.  All Cub Scouts are able to earn one of two Religious Emblems, The Light of Christ and the Parvuli Dei.  Scouts who complete any of these two programs are also entitled to wear the BSA Religious knot.


The Cub Scout emblems are to be worked on with the family. It is not a den activity. The emblem should take 2-3 months to complete.  The Cub Scout needs to complete the work book associated the emblem they are trying to achieve.

The Light of Christ (for Tigers and Wolves) and Parvuli Dei (for Bears and Weblos) workbooks must be completed and reviewed for a submission to be deemed complete.  I will schedule sessions to review and validate that all the requirements of the workbook are complete.

Den Leaders will provide a count of how many workbooks they will need for their den.  Please provide to Joseph Stambersky by July 15 so the workbooks can be ordered and distributed.

The deadline to complete the Religious Emblem booklets this year is September 30, 2014.  After they are completed, they will be reviewed and candidate names will be submitted to the Diocese.   The emblem is typically awarded at a Orange County Council ceremony (scheduled for Jan 24, 2015).


2014 Recipients