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EDITORIAL: Church Crisis Demands Introspection

By Editorial Board November 2, 2018

In its efforts to confront the sexual abuse crisis in the Catholic Church, Georgetown University has fallen dramatically short by failing to look inward. Georgetown has thus far neglected to take substantive...

Fr. Howard Gray, SJ, Remembered as Spiritual Giant and Quiet Leader

Fr. Howard Gray, SJ, Remembered as ‘Spiritual Giant’ and ‘Quiet Leader’

By Jeff Cirillo May 17, 2018

Even at 87 years old, Fr. Howard Gray, S.J., commanded a presence at the pulpit. The pews were packed for his sacred lecture — a Jesuit tradition — in Dahlgren Chapel last month. It was his first public...

Fr. Howard Gray, SJ, Georgetown Jesuit and Scholar, Dies at 87

Fr. Howard Gray, SJ, Georgetown Jesuit and Scholar, Dies at 87

By Jeff Cirillo May 8, 2018

Fr. Howard Gray, S.J., a former interim vice president for mission and ministry at Georgetown University and an internationally recognized scholar in Ignatian spirituality, died yesterday from injuries...

Jesuit Martyrs Remembered

By Katherine Richardson November 7, 2014

University President John J. DeGioia and the Office of Mission and Ministry will host a week of programming, beginning on Monday, to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Salvadoran Martyrs, a group...

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Fr. Gregory Schenden, S.J., came to Georgetown this fall as the new Roman Catholic Chaplain, replacing Fr. Pat Rogers, S.J.

New Catholic Chaplain Joins GU

By Emma Rizk November 4, 2014

The university hired Fr. Gregory Schenden, S.J., as its newest Roman Catholic chaplain in July, replacing Fr. Patrick Rogers, S.J., who previously served as the director of Catholic chaplaincy, a role...

GU Catholic Programs Granted $6.9 Million

By Dawn Hu February 26, 2010

The Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation of Los Angeles granted the university $6.9 million to support the development of Catholic programs in the Office of Mission and Ministry, a need-based scholarship...

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