FALL RIVER — The Diocese of Fall River is inviting young men of high school age (13 to 18) to experience Quo Vadis Days: an opportunity for recreation, camaraderie, discussion and prayer to better discern God’s calling in their lives.

Quo Vadis Days is a 4-day overnight camp/retreat to take place June 22-25 at Anna Maria College in Paxton, Mass. It is being sponsored collaboratively by the Archdiocese of Boston and the Dioceses of Fall River and Worcester. The cost is $150.00.

The program will combine talks, small group discussions, Mass, and prayer with a variety of inside and outside activities and games. It is designed to offer participants a fun and meaningful experience while deepening their faith, growing in virtue, and learning about all vocations.

Registration for Quo Vadis Days is now open through this link:  vocationsboston.org/event/8th-annual-quo-vadis-retreat/ or by contacting Father Jack Schrader,  who is the Associate Director of Vocations and Seminarians for the Diocese of Fall River. He may be reached by email at frjschrader@diocese-fr.org

The Most Reverend Edgar M. da Cunha, S.D.V., D.D.
The Most Reverend Edgar M. da Cunha, S.D.V., D.D.
The Bishop of Fall River