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(Note: The larger spiritual reality could include, but is not limited to: a relationship with God, Allah, Jehovah, Heavenly Father, Supreme Being, the eightfold path of Buddhism, a Higher Power, a connection with nature and the earth and a connection with the global community.)
 
(Note: The larger spiritual reality could include, but is not limited to: a relationship with God, Allah, Jehovah, Heavenly Father, Supreme Being, the eightfold path of Buddhism, a Higher Power, a connection with nature and the earth and a connection with the global community.)
  
For Cub Scouts through to Rover Scouts, youth may choose to work on their Religion-in-Life badge with requirements as set out by their faith group. A list of the faith groups and PDF’s of the requirements are found at www.scouts.ca  (Scouters Tab – Program Resources – Religion in Life – then Religion In Life under Volunteer Toolkit)
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For Cub Scouts through to Rover Scouts, youth may choose to work on their Religion in Life badge with requirements as set out by their faith group. A list of the faith groups and PDF’s of the requirements are found at www.scouts.ca  (Scouters Tab – Program Resources – Religion in Life – then Religion In Life under Volunteer Toolkit)
  
 
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Revision as of 15:11, 20 August 2015

Youth members have experiences that help them recognize that they are part of a larger spiritual reality and learn to respect the spiritual choices of others.

(Note: The larger spiritual reality could include, but is not limited to: a relationship with God, Allah, Jehovah, Heavenly Father, Supreme Being, the eightfold path of Buddhism, a Higher Power, a connection with nature and the earth and a connection with the global community.)

For Cub Scouts through to Rover Scouts, youth may choose to work on their Religion in Life badge with requirements as set out by their faith group. A list of the faith groups and PDF’s of the requirements are found at www.scouts.ca (Scouters Tab – Program Resources – Religion in Life – then Religion In Life under Volunteer Toolkit)