Camp St. Peter in the Black Hills of South Dakota

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Camp St. Peter in the Black Hills of South Dakota was a rousing success, where campers enjoyed camping and the sights of the the Black Hills.  Fr. Christopher Hathaway, FSSP, the founder of the camp, provided for the physical and spiritual needs of the camps with daily Mass and Confession, along with the “Ask Father” session each night. Campers enjoyed hikes, fishing, sports and “Ultimate Ninja” along with the stunning beauty of God’s creation. Camp St. Peter was truly a exercise for the body and the spirit.  The boys made lifelong memories and hopefully learned lessons of faith and responsibility that they will carry with them throughout life. We look forward to next year’s camp!

Atop a summit in the Black Hills of South Dakota.

Atop a summit in the Black Hills of South Dakota.

Taking a rest break in the grass. St. Peter Camp FSSP 2012.

Taking a rest break in the grass.

A Fraternity seminarian mid-climb in the Black Hills.

A Fraternity seminarian mid-climb in the Black Hills.

Campers enjoy a hiking excursion. Camp St. Peter 2012.

Campers enjoy a hiking excursion. Camp St. Peter 2012.

119 Griffin Road, Elmhurst Township, PA 18444
(V) 570.842.4000 — (F) 570.842.4001 — webmaster@fssp.com

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