The cadets and leaders of Troop 413 welcome you to visit us at any of our regular meetings or open special events. We try to meet once a month around 6-8 pm or schedule a special event at a different time.
Meaning of Troop Number:
Our troop number (413) is a nod to Joshua 4:13 — “about 40,000 armed for battle, crossed over before the LORD to the plains of Jericho for war”.
We take this as a motto for our troop as the goal in the troop is to prepare ourselves for spiritual battle, but we recognize that we cannot do this without the Lord’s help.
Some of our past activities have included: volunteering at Feed My Starving Children, pinewood derby, kickball tournament at parish, serving donuts, canoeing backwaters of the Mississippi, learning to shoot .22 rifle, hanging stations of the cross, hiking a river bluff, first sacraments retreat and more. To see photos of some of our past events, see below:
Our regular meetings usually consist of: prayer, physical training, talk on spiritual life, life skill/requirements instruction, recreation/fraternity time. Camp outs regularly include: Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, liturgy of the hours, rosary walk, life skill/requirements instruction, father/son bonding time in nature.
Our troop currently includes 28 active members with cadets between the ages of 6 and 12.
Captain: Daniel Dobson 1st Lieutenant: Dave Jackett
Treasurer: Scott O’Brien Chaplains: Dn. Jim Reinhardt & Fr. Timothy Sandquist
Troop 413 – St. Louis Park, MN
St. Louis Park MINNESOTA 55416