Quo Vadis Days is a 3-day camp for young Catholic men to learn more about the priesthood, to deepen their faith, and to better discern God’s call in their lives. It was started in the Jubilee Year 2000 by Father John Cihak in the Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon as a response to the Holy Father’s request that the Church begin “The New Evangelization.”
In 2003, Quo Vadis Days spread to the Archdiocese of Seattle when Fathers Derek Lappe and Hans Olson of the Southern Deanery and the Columbia River Serra Club sponsored their first camp. In the summer of 2005, Father Raymond LaVoie of the Diocese of Harrisburg (PA) hosted their first Quo Vadis Days.
This Quo Vadis Days website is to serve three purposes—to seek more shepherds, to support the young men after camp, and to invite other dioceses throughout the country to respond to the New Evangelization and begin their own Quo Vadis Days.
See for Yourself
Watch this video produced for the Diocese of Spokane:
The following video was produced through the generosity of the Knights of Columbus, especially Mr. Dick Weber.