90 Young Men Attend 2015 ‘Quo Vadis Days’ – Diocese of Charlotte

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“You are at the great crossroads of your lives and you must decide how your future can be lived happily, accepting the responsibilities which you hope will be placed squarely on your shoulders, playing an active role in the world around you.” 

Quo Vadis Days, the week-long discernment camp for the Diocese of Charlotte held at Belmont Abbey College, took place from June 15-19.  An astounding 90 young men attended this year (last year there were 60)! Please join us in praying for these young men as they discern the call to Holy Orders. [Photos from the Catholic News Herald]

For more photos and video of this year’s event, visit the Quo Vadis Days Facebook Page.

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Bishop Jugis and a few Charlotte diocesan priests field questions from the young men.

Charlotte diocesan priests with Bishop Jugus

Q&A with Bishop Jugis and priests from the diocese: Frs. Gober, Putnam, Reid, Barone, and Carter.

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Quo Vadis Days attendees considering the priesthood for their future.

Quo Vadis Days at Belmont Abbey

Dr. Ron Thomas delivers a conference about fatherhood and marriage.

Charlotte Diocesan Seminarians

Seminarians lead participants in praying Morning Prayer from the Liturgy of the Hours

Quo Vadis Days

Daily Mass in the Abbey Basilica during the retreat.

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