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We deliver a proven same gender year round program experience that helps shape youth into honest, loving, Christ centered, happy young men and women in a fun and constructive manner.

Our youth learn to respect and work with members of our larger community at the local, regional or international level regardless of creed, race or culture.

Boys and girls learn how to assume responsibility, leadership positions, to work hard within a diverse team and as individuals and to finish what they start. Activities are constructive with purpose and structure to develop skills and useable knowledge and experiences that will measurably help develop the all-around child to be the best that he or she can be.

A sense of God, right from wrong, love, service, charity, kindness is fully interwoven into their program experience from a Catholic Christian (blessed by Holy Seefaith perspective. Our youth have the opportunity to embrace the Sacraments of the Catholic Church within various FNE program activities such as weekend camps.

FNE like its home movement (Federation of Scouts of Europe – FSE) remains true to its values, principles and ideals even if society ideals and values differ than those of our FNE movement. Our leaders are all volunteers (with background checks) who devote their time and effort to protect, guide and lead the youth entrusted to our program through our dynamic and extra ordinary challenging program.

All donations and funds raised directly support the youth, our volunteer leaders and their program. We are a registered charity.

We are uniquely a uniformed movement that operates our program like a family with loveresponsibility, support and encouragement. Come and learn more about us to see how your children and your whole family will benefit from Youth Movement.

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Timber Wolf Girls Summer Camp

If you blend ¾ cups of milk with a banana and a few strawberries, you will surely get a cup of delicious strawberry banana smoothie. What do you think we would have if there were 12 Canadian Timber Wolf girls in a 5-day summer camp at Point Pelee National Park? Let me tell you! With our Almighty God as the ultimate mastermind, we had heaps of adventure intermingled with countless blessings.

 

 

Radio Maria Show Live from Camp Endobanah

Radio Maria and the FNE Explorers

Listen to our latest Radio Maria show at http://www.hmwn.net/audioarchive/search_results_id.php?title=20071851

The wisdom and knowledge and love for the Lord through our Catholic faith will inspire and amaze many.

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This is the example how diverse  and exciting programs can be once all brothers and sisters of our movements are getting together.

 

 

 

 

 

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Joint spring camp Toronto-Ottawa dens

On May 31-June 2 two Timber Den's (1st St. Patrick located in Ottawa and the 1st four Arrows near Toronto came together to enjoy their long awaited joint camp! The rendezvous was held at a Polish camp named "Karpati" located near Barry's Bay located west of Ottawa and east of Toronto. 

Both timber wolf dens have been waiting for this great adventure for many months - finally the joint camp happened and what a great adventure it was!

Growing in our faith… a visit to the Marian Shrine of Gratitude

Many people from all walks in life innocently under estimate the hunger for God and all things good that come from God that our children’s souls and hearts ache for, a hunger that is often left unfilled or misunderstood.  

Children are like sponges, they absorb much from many sources especially from multi-media and from peers that often lead them into worldly values and ideals that may impede their spiritual growth and development.

Expansion of the Federation of North-American Explorers (FNE) Movement

 

FNE is proudly a member of the Union internationale des Guides et Scouts d'Europe (UIGSE) also known as the FSE (Federation Scouts of Europe). We are not associated with any other youth organization. Our larger movement has also been granted canonical status by the Holy See as an “association of the faithful of pontifical right.”

Photo: 1st El Camino Real Explorers from southern California setting up camp for the night.


Expansion of our Catholic faith based FNE movement is undertaken carefully and on a small scale basis with quality before quantity being a key factor. We seek out the right leaders who will ensure the sustainable success of a new FNE group while ensuring that the quality of the FNE program is never compromised or under delivered.

 

Girls Timber Wolves learn about Blessed Mother Teresa

 
 
"Pray for us" said Mother Teresa a symbol of motherly love to all people, but especially to those who live in the
 worst kinds of poverty, abandoned by the world, and to people who are very lonely. 
 
 
 
 

Youth Forum at Radio Maria for FNE Timber Wolves and Leaders!

Within our FNE movement we continuously seek opportunities to embrace our five program objectives in all that we do. The centre of our program always has and will continue to center and evolve around God first followed by offering program activities that promotes  a sense of service, personal character development, a sense of participating in concrete things and finally health (physical and mental).

 

All five program objectives are accomplished through our once a month hosting of a “Youth Forum” at Radio Maria by traveling to the radio  station for a live on the air show.  The volunteer timber wolves and explorers arrive at the radio station with absolutely no idea as to what will be talked about on the show to thereby allow them to be inspired by the Holy Spirit and to go with the overall flow of the show... we have yet to be disapointed!

 

 

 

Girls Timber Wolves met with South Africa Explorer

On Thursday night we invited a special guest Akela Karen's co-worker Chris.
 
She traveled to South Africa and shared her videos with girls. We learned about several South Africa's habitats. It was very interesting story how wild animals share the space and even co-op in some situations to protect themselves from predators.
 
Some animals we saw are well-known, such as zebra, giraffe, cheetah,  and some are new like kudu, wildebeest, Suricata - Meerkat.
 
Thank you Chris for for sharing your story with us!!!
 

How to be a Good Timber Wolf by Angelica

 

Hi, my name is Angelica, I am a sixer in our Singum timber wolf den and I am 11 years old.  Last month Akela really surprised us when she asked us timber wolves, “How can you be a really good Timber Wolf?”

 

 

 

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