Hi welcome to Troop #157 located at San Secondo d’Asti Parish in Ontario CA, one of the region’s oldest parishes that was donated to the diocese from the Guasti family.  The parish is located in an unincorporated area of Ontario CA, called Guasti.  The parish was built in the 1920’s by the Guasti family for their workers in the vineyard.  At San Secondo d’Asti we have the diocese only approved Traditional Latin Mass (TLM) and many of our cadets serve the Altar.  Our Novus Ordo is also said Ad Orientum.

Our troop meets twice a month, once at the parish and later in the field either on a campout or other outdoor activity.  We try to meet on the 2nd and last weekend of the month and try to plan a year out ahead of time.

All of our focus is on the Cadet’s catechetical and skills development along with the fraternal brotherhood that the cadets develop with their dad and brother cadets guided by our TSG Field Manual.

Our requirements are that fathers take an active role within the troops, to be leaders, because iron sharpens iron; secondly we require communications back and forth with the troop.  Troop participation level requirement is 50% because after all you only get out of it what you put into it.  If a father meets the 50% participation requirement, then they qualify to have their fees and dues covered for them if they are out of employment.

Our fees are the standard TSG fees, plus $25 per family for the TSG Field Manual.

Please call, email or text the troop Captain to schedule a time to meet for an interview and be available to answer any questions you may have.  Thank you

Parati Semper
Deo Gratias!

Troop 157 – Virgo Potens

Ontario CALIFORNIA 91761
Captain Name:
Matias Silva

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