International Catholic Conference of Scouting
Contribute to the complete education of young people through Scouting from the point of view of the Catholic faith; cooperate in developing and enhancing the spiritual dimension of Scouting in accordance with the unity and the diversity of the World Scout Movement; ensure that Catholic Scouts are actively present in the Church and guarantee communication between the Catholic Church and the World Scout Movement; establish the right relationship between membership in the Church and membership in the Scout Movement, and dialogue with other creeds in Scouting; provide 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.
Founded in 1948, Luxembourg, as successor to International Office for Catholic Scouting, created in 1920. New Statutes approved by Holy See in June 1962 and Nov 1975. Original title: International Catholic Scouting Conference - Conférence internationale du scoutisme catholique; current title adopted 1975.