JOIN US IN RICHMOND

Throughout the Scriptures, God does big things on the top of mountains. From Mt. Sinai where the Lord gives Moses the Ten Commandments, to Mt. Tabor where Christ is transfigured before the eyes of his Apostles, and everywhere in between, God seems to speak most clearly and profoundly to His people on summits.

With this in mind, we invite you to join us for our eighth annual Virginia Catholic Campus Ministry Summit on February 7-8, 2020 at the Richmond Convention Center.

Summit is a time to meet other awesome Catholics from around the state, to grow in faith together, and to encounter God in a new way. You’ll want to be there.


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FEATURING 2 WORLD RENOWNED CATHOLIC KEYNOTE SPEAKERS AND THE BISHOP FOR THE DIOCESE OF RICHMOND






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2 WORLD RENOWNED CATHOLIC KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

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10 BREAKOUT SESSIONS ON A VARIETY OF FAITH TOPICS

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OVER 800 STUDENTS

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REPRESENTING MORE THAN 50 VIRGINIA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES






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Getting there.  GETTING THERE

Transportation to, from, and during the Summit will be available through coordination with your campus ministry for those attending colleges and universities within the Diocese of Richmond. Details will be available soon.

Alternatively, participants may choose to drive themselves. There is an option to indicate this during the registration process.

Closer to the departure date, you will receive specific information from your Campus Minister about where and when to meet the bus. This will vary from about noon to 6:30 PM depending on how far from Richmond your school is located.

Students from schools within the Diocese of Arlington or the Archdiocese of Washington will need to arrange transportation on their own. If you are traveling with your campus then they will coordinate transportation.

Lodging  LODGING

For the night of Friday, February 7th, students will be housed in local hotels. Each hotel will have breakfast provided and transportation will be arranged to and from the hotel.

Costs  COST

Through the generosity of contributors to the Diocesan Annual Appeal, the cost for the weekend is only $25 per student for those attending colleges and universities within the Diocese of Richmond. For students coming from outside the Diocese of Richmond the cost is $35.

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