Registration for Quo Vadis 2019 has CLOSED

If you’re already registered for Qv19:

  • We’re praying for you! It’s going to be an incredibly exciting week.

  • Check-in begins at 2:00pm on Tuesday, July 23 @ Mount St. Mary’s Seminary.

    • Families are invited to stay for Mass with Archbishop Lori at 4:30pm, followed by a cookout.

  • Please make sure that you have submitted all the necessary forms (below). You may email them to quovadisbaltimore@gmail.com or bring them with you to Check-in.

    • We must stress that these forms are an absolute necessity. If they have not been completed for any participant, he will not be able to attend Quo Vadis.

    • Please note that tubing and biking have separate release forms. No release form is needed for the walking tour.

  • Review the packing list carefully (below). Note that you will need to provide your own bed linens (twin XL).

    • We also ask that you bring a snack item or two for everyone to enjoy during the week.

  • Pick-up will be at 2:00pm on Friday, July 26.

    • While the teens are getting packed up, Fr. Steven Roth will have a chance to meet with you to answer any questions. Please plan to arrive by 1:00pm.

  • For ANY questions, please do not hesitate to email us: quovadisbaltimore@gmail.com.



Everyone has a vocation...

 

Everyone has a vocation. All of the baptized are called to holiness. We live out that call through a vocation to a particular state in life: priesthood, matrimony, consecrated life, or a generous single life in Christ.

Vocations are a gift from God. The particular vocation that we have is a gift from God and is a work of the Holy Spirit. Vocations grow in the midst of the Church. A vocation is God’s work, not ours.  Our job is to cooperate with God.

Each summer, the Office of Vocations invites young men from across the Archdiocese of Baltimore to consider how it is that God works in their life, and to build relationships with others who are asking the same question. 

 

 
“We are not victims of chance or
swept up in a series of unconnected events;
on the contrary, our life and our presence in this world
are the fruit of a divine vocation!”  

- Pope Francis