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Idaho Family Camp 2020

 

July 16 - 19, 2020

Celebrating our 14th Annual Family Camp!

Abide in Me
                              — John 15:4

 

Dear Idaho Family Camp community,

It is with sadness that we have decided to cancel Idaho Family Camp 2020 due to the ramifications of the coronavirus situation.  Please know that this decision was reached with a great deal of thought and prayer.

This summer won’t feel the same without Idaho Family Camp, but we hope you still will be able to enjoy God’s creation with your family.  Please share your family’s summer experiences of Faith, Family, and Fun on our Facebook page!

We look forward to seeing you next year for Idaho Family Camp 2021 when we will enjoy a chapel packed for Mass, kids playing with each other nonstop, and families together again!  In the meantime, let’s begin to ponder next year’s theme:   Abide In Me.

In Jesus and Mary,

Team Family Camp

“Abide in me, and I in you.
As the branch cannot bear fruit by itself, unless it abides in the vine,
neither can you, unless you abide in me.”
                                                                                     ~ John 15:4

 

 

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Past Videos
Camp Cascade:
2014, 2013, 2012

Grandjean: 2011

 

  
"Be content, be content. We are the Body of Christ.
We have found Him, He has found us.
We are in Him, He is in us.
There is nothing further to look for,
except for the deepening of this life we already possess.
Be content."
 
Thomas Merton from A Book of Hours.

 

 

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 The Christian Family

 

The New Commandment of Love!

The Christian family is inspired and guided by the new law of the Spirit and, in intimate communion with the Church, a kingly people, it is called to exercise its "service" of love towards God and its fellow human beings.

 

from John Paul II's Encyclical:

The Role of the Christian Family in the Modern World.