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Quo Vadis Days

Quo Vadis — Translation — “Where are you going?”

Legend tells us that St. Peter asked Jesus this question on the outskirts of Rome. And we know where Jesus went in response to His Father’s will.

Quo Vadis Days are a 4 day/3 night camp sponsored by the Archdiocese of Chicago Vocations Office and in collaboration with the Diocese of Joliet Vocation Office. This unique engaging event is 100% seminarian led.

Join in on the 2nd annual Quo Vadis Days and experience dynamic talks, small group discussions, meaningful prayer experience, including Mass, the Liturgy of the Hours, and Eucharistic Adoration, with a dynamic and fun environment; sports, canoeing, capture the flag, camp fires and much more.

This retreat is open to all 13 – 18 year old young men that want to learn more about the priesthood. Those attending will have a life changing encounter with Christ while having the time of their life.

 

Sunday, August 1 - Wednesday, August 4, 2021
St. Iakovos Retreat Center, Kansasville, WI 


Quo Vadis 2021 Registration


Option #1 Pay by check

Please download, e-sign and send completed forms along with check to the Vocations Office.


Option #2 Pay by credit card

Online Registration

*Don't forget to download the Camp forms and mail back to the Vocations Office or email to tbrongiel@dioceseofjoliet.org*


Diocese of Joliet
Office of Vocations
16555 Weber Road
Crest Hill, IL 60403