Girls, God and Good Times
"It was so much fun. I loved learning about all the Benedictine values. I also loved the camp song a lot." Greta, Grade 5
Welcome to Girls, God and Good Times, Benedictine summer camps for girls in grades 4-8. At our camp you’ll pray, meet and do arts and crafts with the Sisters, and eat and stay in a residence hall on the campus of the College of Saint Benedict. We also spend time doing recreational activities, singing and have a traditional bonfire.
For a camp that’s a lot of fun, take a look at the activities on the brochure, check out our video below, and contact Sister Lisa at if you'd like to receive a brochure for 2014!
Sister Lisa Kittock
3G Camp Director
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Here's what some of the campers in 2012 had to say about Girls, God and Good Times!
"Every year that I go to 3G, I am extremely impressed by the kindness and hospitality of the Sisters and counselors. I make lots of new friends and even more memories each time I go! I really enjoyed lectio divina and truly deepened my relationship with God. I discovered more about myself and I feel like a new person. I learned about the Sisters' way of life through the Liturgy of the Hours, talking with them and aksing questions. BEST CAMP EVER!" Stephanie, Grade 8
"Lectio Divina was always a great way to unwind after a long day and just to focus on God and all the great things He has done for me that day and every day...I will take everything I learned here and share it with the world." Sabrina, Grade 8
"I think that I can speak for everyone that was at 3G when I say that you get a lot closer to God when you come to this camp. This year is my third year going, and each time I come, I feel more and more strengthened by God. I look very forward to going next year." Aly, Grade 7
"I loved dancing at O'Connel's, but what I look forward to every year is Sister Jean Marie's talks on self esteem and respect for yourself." Micah, Grade 8
"We got to sit down with Sister Ruth F. and do questions and answers about being a Sister and the Catholic Church. I liked that because we all found it very interesting. I also thought it was really cool how we got to swim in an olympic sized swimming pool. I would have to say my favorite activity was arts and crafts with the Sisters." Sarah, Grade 8