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JEREMIAH DAY

 


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March 25, 2017
9 am - 5 pm

MUNDELEIN SEMINARY

For boys in 7th, 8th, 9th & 10th Grade from the Joliet Diocese

Schedule of Events

Register two ways, either on-line or print and mail.  Either way, a parent permission form will need to be completed and there is a $10.00 registration fee that will need to be mailed in by check to the Vocations office as indicated on the flyer.

Flyer/Registration Form (w/ parent Permission)

Register On-Line

 

 

IS IT FOR YOU?       

  • Do you often feel close to God?   
  • Do you try to do the right thing?
  • Do you like helping other people?
  • Are you a good leader?       
  • Do you like to learn new things?

If you answered “Yes” to these questions
 then Jeremiah Day IS for you!!

The story of the prophet Jeremiah tells us that it is never too early to think about God’s plan for us.  This is a day for boys to grow closer to God and to visit a seminary.  The activities include a tour of Mundelein Seminary, talks about how God calls us, lunch, recreation time, open gym and Mass.  It is hosted and lead by the Joliet Diocese seminarians at Mundelein Seminary.