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Title: Scouting in Malta (8) : spiritual guidance
Authors: Mizzi, John A.
Keywords: Scouting (Youth activity) -- Malta -- History
Scout Association of Malta -- Malta
Scouts and scouting -- Malta -- 20th century
Malta -- History -- British occupation, 1800-1964
Scouting (Youth activity) -- Religious aspects
Issue Date: 1987
Publisher: Gulf Publishing Ltd.
Citation: Mizzi, J. A. (1987). Scouting in Malta (8) : spiritual guidance. Civilization, 30, 831-833.
Abstract: The Scout Association after the war sought to involve the chaplains more directly in the Movement to provide spiritual guidance to the Groups, without interfering in any way in the responsibilities of the Group Scoutmaster or the training programmes of the three sections. In May 1946 Captain Price called a meeting of the chaplains at the suggestion of Fr James Orr, chaplain of Msida Group and a former Scout with the Lyceum, when he spoke on the duties expected from the spiritual directors, quoting from Catholic Scout publications, the declarations of the Popes and of the Archbishops of Westminster.
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