Rev. Howard Gray, S.J., Ph.D.

Rev. Howard Gray, S.J., Ph.D.

Howard Gray, S.J., Ph.D., is presently the Assistant to the President for Special Projects at Georgetown University. Prior to this position, he served in a number of leadership positions within the Jesuit community, including Provincial Superior, Formation Director, Tertian Director and Rector of university and formation houses. He has lectured nationally and internationally on Ignatian spirituality. He has written extensively on Ignatian spirituality, ministry and the apostolic mission of Jesuit high schools and universities. He is a well-known director of Ignatian retreats in the USA, East Africa and East Asia. He earned a bachelor's degree in English and classics, a licentiate in philosophy and a licentiate in sacred theology from Loyola University of Chicago, and a doctorate in English from the University of Wisconsin. Fr. Gray has received five honorary degrees, the Georgetown Bi-Centennial Medal, the Jesuit Volunteer Corps Award and the Xavier University’s Leadership Medallion. He served as the Vice President of the Major Superiors of Men from 1985-1988 and on the Papal Visitation of Seminaries in the U.S. from 1981-1987. 

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