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Next up, Bagheera gave the boys a lesson on the first law of the Exlporers, and taught our first knot tighing lesson. We got a lot of granny knots in the mean time, but the boys soon got the hang of it.Bahgeera also recommended this great web site for learning about all kinds of knots.To escape the threat, the boys had to carry their fainting brothers to the other end of the hall until there was only one left.After the threat had passed, all the boys who had sucummed carried their last remaining brother back to home base!–Michael Matt in an article about Catholic Explorers in France On a beautiful, sunny and warm Saturday afternoon, a group of FNE Explorers from the 1rst North Star group set out on a mini pilgrimage to the Shrine of St. Accompanied by a few of their leaders, the timber wolves assisted at mass and then were treated to a tour of the shrine by our wonderful tour guide Ms. The timber wolves all showed their deep interest and knowledge of their faith and took in the sights.Pictured above are some of the timber wolves with two nuns we met at the shrine who were kind enough to spend some time speaking with the children and have their picture taken with them.We are truly blessed to have a shrine to this wonderful saint so close by.
The boys and girls were able to leave their prayer intentions at the shrine, and at then end, gave the first timber wolf howl in the city of Philadelphia! The faith and example of children can be a mighty thing in itself, and there were a few people that spoke to us, that asked about us, and who just noticed the kids and were touched by their humble and innocent faith.The Timberwolves divided into groups and each group hussled out to the aid of a fallen otter.The otters were taken to our makesift hospital where Ryan examined our wolves’ handiwork and gave them some more pointers.But in their eyes, I saw that flame of the old Faith which once was the soul of Europe and the light of the world.You can’t imagine the thrill of seeing it once again…even if only in the eyes of little children.