Totus Tuus Summer Camp
July 11 – 15, 2022
9 a.m. – 3 p.m. daily at St. Francis Borgia
Totus Tuus is a fun and faith-filled summer week held at our parish. Children play games, sing songs, pray, and learn about the Luminous Mysteries of the rosary, prayer and the Our Father while growing in their relationship with the Lord. For children currently in grades K-5 (in spring 2022) or entering grades 1-6 (in fall 2022) are all welcome. Adult volunteers will be needed and add to the fun!
This program is dedicated to sharing the Gospel and promoting the Catholic faith through evangelization, catechesis, Christian witness and Eucharistic worship.
“Totus Tuus” was the papal motto of Pope St. John Paul II and means “Totally Yours” in Latin. Taken from St. Louis de Montfort’s True Devotion to Mary, it signifies our desire to give ourselves entirely to Jesus Christ through the hands of our Blessed Mother Mary. It also expresses our effort to give all that we have to every young person we encounter.
This program is offered by the Archdiocese of Milwaukee and will be held at our parish. Information about this program and materials is available at archmil.org/TotusTuus.
Ways to register children for Totus Tuus:
- Register online here
- View and print the registration form
- Pick up a paper registration form in the gathering space at the North Church
Ways to register as an adult volunteer:
- View and print the volunteer form
- Pick up a paper volunteer form in the gathering space of the North Church
Family Prayer Nights
Periodically held on Wednesday evenings throughout the year, family prayer nights are an opportunity to pray with your immediate family and your larger family – the Church! Watch this page for more information!
All Saints’ Day Party
Children from St. Francis Borgia’s St. Bonaventure Choir and Christian Formation program celebrate All Saints’ Day with a heavenly party. Children play saint-themed games and meet “saints alive” who share about their lives. A saint costume contest produces some very holy guests. The children prepare for the event by learning about a saint of their choice and completing a saint project, which is entered in a contest. All you holy saints and angels, pray for us!