VOX VITAE CATHOLIC PRO-LIFE LEADERSHIP CAMP
-- 2020 Camp is cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions --
Vox Vitae Catholic Pro-Life Camp (for teens 14-19) fosters a deep love and understanding of the Catholic faith and equips teens to be courageous and active voices for life. Together, the campers explore the truth of Catholicism, the destruction wrought by abortion and euthanasia, the beauty of chastity and holiness, the harms of homosexual activity and transgenderism, and the importance of civic awareness and involvement. The campers practice dialoguing and defending their faith and pro-life views against those who disagree.
Over the course of five days, nationally renowned speakers and educators cover the themes Catholicism, Pro-Life 101, Your Life Matters, Your Voice Matters, and Action! Mass, the Rosary, adoration, and an opportunity for confession are included in every day’s schedule. The teens form close friendships as they grow together in faith, knowledge, and courage.
A typical day’s schedule:
8-9am: Camper drop-off
Noon-1pm: Rosary, Adoration,
and opportunity for confession
4-5pm: Dialogue practice
View an overview of the week-long 2019 teen camp schedule here.
This is a day camp only and does not provide overnight accommodations. Camper pickup and drop-off is at St. Therese Church in Alhambra. Campers from out of town may bring a chaperone and secure accommodations at their own expense. Chaperones receive free admission to the evening talks for adults.
Symposium for Adults
Evening talks by nationally-known Catholic speakers are open to adults 7-9pm. Adults are also welcome to attend Mass offered for the teen campers during the week at 5pm and our closing Mass at 7pm on Friday.
2019 speakers included: Bishop David O'Connell, Karlo Broussard, and Michael Knowles
2018 Speakers included: Patrick Coffin, Dr. Gerard M. Nadal, and Terry Beatley
2017 Speakers included: Bishop David O'Connell, Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Terry Barber, and Fr. Stephen Imbarrato
2016 Speakers included: Tim Staples, Ramona Trevino, Jesse Romero, and the Culture Project