Throughout the camp, the boys were given fencing lessons, played vigorous sessions of field games such as steal the bacon, capture the flag, prison break, British bulldogs, blind “chariot” races, shield ball, circular dodge-ball, wheelbarrow races and relay races.
No. Chivalry is not dead: Campers departed enriched by new friends, inspired by the examples of the Saints, and ready to follow the virtuous maxims of Catholic chivalry in the 21st Century.
The purpose of the TFP Call to Chivalry Camp is to encourage as many young men as possible to live by the highest principles and virtues of Catholic Chivalry, the very same ones that brought Christian Civilization to its glorious apogee.
Few places rival the rugged yet majestic beauty of the Ozarks where TFP-Louisiana held its latest Call to Chivalry Fall Camp for young men and their dads. The location of the camp, perched on the edge of the Buffalo River in the heart of the Arkansan Ozarks, was perfect for the five-day adventure.
“Finally! Young men who are Crusaders! It gives me hope to see young men like you.” Amidst the barrage of immorality and mediocrity in this post-modern society, 50 young men attended the 2015 TFP Call to Chivalry Summer Camp in Louisiana to learn about heroism, virtue and how to be true manly Catholics.
Where boys learn what it takes to become a Catholic hero!
To usher in the New Year, the TFP hosted a Call to Chivalry Winter Camp for young men from around the country.
How often do you see a cheerful group of forty young men praying the rosary outside Planned Parenthood?
After a grueling lineup of competitive Medieval Games followed by a solemn rosary procession and sumptuous banquet, the annual ten-day TFP-Louisiana Call to Chivalry camp came to a close on July 10th.