Camp St. Isaac Jogues

Camp Saint Isaac Jogues 2017: July 12th – July 22nd

Camp St. Isaac Jogues is now accepting applications!

(Completed Applications must be postmarked by May 17, 2017!)

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CSIJ 2017 Camp Theme:

Viriliter agite, et confortetur cor vestrum“-Psalm 30:25

“Do manfully, and let your heart be strengthened.”

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Campers competing in the annual Iron-Man competition.

Camp St. Isaac Jogues is a summer camp hosted by priests and seminarians of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter for Catholic young men ages 13-16 years old.

The camp is located on the property of the Gregory the Great Academy in Elmhurst Township, Pennsylvania. This camp is designed to help form boys into strong Catholic young men by means of athletics, catechism, prayer, sacrifice and example. This year’s camp theme is directed towards those actions and that strength of heart necessary for all men who hope in the Lord. From kneeling in prayer to roughing it at the campsite, from demonstrating good sportsmanship to acting civilly in the chow line, and from singing righteous campfire songs to competing in every kind of team challenge imaginable, this camp will be an experience of a lifetime that will attempt to inspire future men of Christ under the patronage of one of the most virile martyrs of our land. Is your son up for the challenge? Apply before it’s too late for this 10 day adventure of faith and fun on the beautiful rural campus of Gregory the Great Academy. Forming boys into strong Catholic gentlemen is what God made this campsite for.

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We hope to provide the next generation of Catholic young men with a firm spiritual foundation that will help support them for the rest of their lives.

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(CSIJ after a highly successful 2016 camp)

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 Note to parents:

Boys who are sent to Camp St. Isaac Jogues will not be permitted to contact home/parents by phone or email during the course of the camp. Letters will be permitted and encouraged, and care packages may be received by the boys at any time (private snacks and treats are not allowed, so any food brought to camp will become a community snack; please send appropriate proportions). No cell-phones, i-pods, laptops, MP3s, CD players, radios, or any other electronic device will be permitted at Camp St. Isaac Jogues at any time.

Please fill out the application attached below. Please make sure to have the application filled out completely. The application must be postmarked by May 17, 2017 to ensure consideration for acceptance. We are NOT able to accept applications after this date. The cost for one child is $375. Please ensure the check is mailed with the application (N.B. checks sent for applications that are not accepted will be disposed of properly):

Click HERE for Application 2017

*In regard to who may serve as a witness: any competent individual who is over 18 years of age and who is not executing the document as a parent / guardian. 

Camp St. Isaac Jogues Daily Schedule (tentative)

6:30am Rise

6:45 Morning Prayer (Confession Available)

7:15 Wash up + Breakfast 

8:30 Catechism

9:15 Rosary 

9:30 Holy Mass

10:30 Sports/activities

12:30 Lunch

1:30 Sports/Activities/Tournaments

4:50 Shower/Server Training/Benediction

6:00 Dinner

7:00 Evening Games/Campfire

9:15 Night Prayer

9:30 Bedtime/Lights out

The Sermon on the Amount

If you are interested in contributing to the camp or sponsoring a boy to attend, please contact the director as indicated above.

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Camp St. Isaac Jogues 2017

May God reward you!

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