Saint Andrew Catholic Church and School

Totus Tuus

Totus Tuus

Totus Tuus is everything Vacation Bible School should be: exciting and entertaining, faith-based and fun—but with an emphasis on what’s great about being Catholic!

  • Jesus and the Eucharist
  • The Bible and Sacraments
  • Mary and the Saints
  • And More!

When: June 24-29, 2018

  • Grades 1-6: Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM
  • Grades 7-12: Sunday through Thursday, 7:00 to 9:00 PM

Where: Saint Andrew Catholic Church and School

The cost is $30 per student, including a t-shirt ($90 family maximum). Students in the daytime session bring their own peanut-free snacks and sack lunches.

To register for Totus Tuus, please print and complete the registration form. You can pay with cash or checks payable to Saint Andrew Catholic Church, or electronically using the Donate button on the website.

Questions and Answers

What is Totus Tuus? Totus Tuus is a weeklong Catholic summer program for children and teens, including games, skits, songs and more. The program is run by a team of four college  students who have trained to spend their summer drawing children and teens closer to Christ.

What does Totus Tuus mean? Totus Tuus (pronounced TOTE-us TOO-us) is a Latin phrase meaning “Totally Yours.” It was the papal motto of Pope St. John Paul II, by which he entrusted himself entirely to the Virgin Mary, who leads us without fail to her son, Jesus.

Do you need volunteers? Yes! We need a few adults and several teens to help in the mornings (8:30 AM to 3:00 PM) and a couple of adults in the evenings (6:30 to 9:30 PM). Teens who  volunteer during the day should register for the evening program. Please contact Jim at if you can help!

Meet the Team

Emma Crane

Pursuing vocal music education and Catholic studies at the University of  St. Thomas; loves family  time, card and word games, running, cross-country skiing, playing piano and reading.





Brandon Eich

Once and future seminarian; studied baking and pastry at Le Cordon Bleu; enjoys cooking, listening to music, longboarding, and hanging our with his nieces and nephew.





Megan Sowada

Studies American Sign Language interpreting with a minor in theater performance; enjoys musical performances and concerts and curling up with a good book.





Nathan Stracke

Studied at North Dakota State University and served with NET Ministries; enjoys chess, Rubik’s Cube, biking and sports.