This summer the Office of Vocations will host our second annual installment of Camp Quo Vadis, from July 8-13. The camp is a 5 day over-night retreat opportunity for High School boys and girls. Located at the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception in Huntington, the campers will be in the perfect location to both play outdoors and to find spaces to pray to God. Our hope is to empower the campers to build and nourish a relationship with Jesus Christ. Each day will include an inspiring keynote address, small groups, team activities, mass, devotionals, adoration, confession, sports, hiking, and free time. The camp is coed, but during the day the boys and girls will split off for talks and activities, returning together for mass, free time, and adoration in the evening.
The seminarians will act as the counselors for the boy campers and a select group of young adult women from our Diocese will lead the girls. Additionally, the speakers for each day will include many of our young priests and the Sisters of Life.
This year there is a limited number of spots open for the camp: 100 - 50 boys and 50 girls. Registration will open on the Divine Mercy Sunday. I would encourage you to invite any high school student who you think would benefit from participation in Camp Quo Vadis - who could use a week of asking themselves that question "Where am I going?"
Registration is now open at www.CampQuoVadis.com