Thank you for entering the lottery for the 2019 Quo Vadis Camp 

It’s such a testimony to the families and young people of our diocese that this camp is so popular, and we wish we could accommodate all those who want to come.

You will receive an email by Friday April 12 letting you know if you have gotten a spot in the camp or placed on the waiting list. Those who do secure a spot for the camp will need to register, and submit forms and payment by May 6th or their spot will be given away.  Those who do not get a spot will be placed on a waiting list (the order of which will also be determined by lottery).

There is no guarantee for siblings to get in; each sibling will be considered a separate entry.

Due to the competition for these slots we ask that they be considered non-transferable; any exchanging or releasing of slots must go through the Office of Vocations.

Below is some additional information about camp cost and payment options. If you are currently in high school you can also join us for the   Quo Vadis Mass and Ropes Course event on Saturday March 30 (registration deadline is March 14) .

Thank you again for entering the camp lottery. Keep an eye out for an email from us by April 12. 

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Cost & Financial Aid Information:

Cost is $220 per camper.  Payment plans are available. Financial aid is available with permission of Fr. Isenberg.

Payment Plan*:

Camp can be paid for in three installments ($75, $75 and $70). For those issued a slot in the original lottery (April 12), the first payment will be due by May 6. Second is due June 1. Third is due June 21.

Those receiving slots after April 12 will have the schedule adjusted accordingly, but the last payment must be received by June 30.

Cancellation & Refund Policy:

Cancellations received before June 1st receive a 50% refund.
Cancellations received after June 15th do not receive a refund.
Cancellations must be received in writing (via email) to the Office of Vocations,

*Requesting Financial aid or Payment Plan in no way hinders a participant’s order in the lottery.