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Quo Vadis Day 2016

May 18, 2016

 

Register Today

Quo Vadis Days is a camp experience sponsored by the Vocations Office to provide a time of fun, prayer, and talks to help you explore the Lord’s call in your life. There will be priests, seminarians, and other young men like you gathered together for these days. Our activities will include prayer, swimming, talks and discussions. It is a great opportunity to let the Lord speak to you and to spend time listening to Him. Archbishop Sartain will join us on the final day of the camp for Holy Mass and Lunch and offer his own reflections on this year’s theme.

When:

The camp opens with dinner on Sunday June 26th and concludes after lunch on Wednesday June 29th.

Where:

Camp Don Bosco is a CYO camp of the Archdiocese of Seattle. Camp Don Bosco is located near Carnation, WA approximately a 45 minute drive from Seattle, (See camp location) The Camp has a pool for swimming along with fields and courts for soccer, football and basketball. Carpooling to and from the camp will be available. After you register someone from your local Serra Club will contact you with information about pick-up and drop off.

Cost:

All costs will be covered by generous donors including the Serra Club and other private donations.

Staff:

CYO Camp Staff, Priests, Seminarians, and Members of the Serra Club.

What to Bring:

Casual Clothes, Clothing and shoes for sports/swimming, Toothbrush & toothpaste, Shampoo & Deodorant, Towel, Sleeping Bag & Pillow, Bible.

Register

The number of participants will be limited, so register online at http://qvdays.org/register/archdiocese-of-seattle/.

Questions?

Fr. Jacob Maurer (253)383-4549 X102

 

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