Catholic Diocese of Saginaw’s Quo Vadis? camp experience


Registration is open for the Catholic Diocese of Saginaw’s Quo Vadis? camp experience. 

This action-packed two-day camp is open to young men who will be entering 9th – 12th grades in Fall 2024 – and is a cooperative effort between the Catholic Diocese of Saginaw and the Catholic Diocese of Gaylord.

During prayer and while taking part in a variety of outdoor activities and fun adventures, campers will have the opportunity to examine their lives, learn more about and share their faith and understand what it means to be a Christian man in today’s world.

Quo Vadis? means “Where are you going?” and the camp is an opportunity for participants to experience fraternity with other young men who desire to live a life of deep meaning.

The camp will run from 2 p.m., Sunday, July 14 – 4 p.m., Tuesday, July 16, 2024. 
(Sunday evening Mass will be offered for participants.)

The cost is $50 for each camper. (The Diocese of Saginaw office of vocations will pay the balance of expenses for campers.)  

Camp will take place at Ralph A. MacMullan Conference Center in Roscommon, MI. 
Click here to learn more about the Ralph MacMullan center. 

Carpooling may be available. More information will be shared about this option as registrations come in.

Click here to register.

For more information or questions: contact Fr. Matthew Gembrowski via email at or at 989-450-2593.


Father Andy LaFramboise talks about Quo Vadis