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Rev. Howard Gray, S.J., a nationally recognized expert on Ignatian spirituality and currently Special Assistant to the President of Georgetown University, will be presenting in Southern California the weekend of January 23 and 24, 2010. Please join us for one of these inspiring and transformative afternoons on the topic of Lay and Jesuit Colleagues: A Spirituality that Transforms the World. Fr. Gray’s presentation will address the questions: How can I work together with others to bring about God’s dream of love and service for our world? How can I find spiritual direction in my life and discern the path God has for me? How can I find God in all things?

January 23, 2010

Auditorium Lounge, Saint Joseph Center, Orange CA


Spiritual Direction and Discernment

Fr. Howard Gray, S.J., has written extensively in the areas of Ignatian spirituality and Jesuit mission and ministry.  He has given a number of workshops on Ignatian topics in the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Hong Kong, South East Asia, East Africa, and Australia.


He is currently the Assistant to the President for Special Projects at Georgetown University, Washington D.C.  Prior to assuming this role in 2007, he served in many leadership roles in the Society of Jesus including: Rector and Dean of the Weston School of Theology, Provincial Superior of the Detroit Province, Founder and Director of the Center for Ignatian Spirituality at Boston College, and Rector and Assistant for Mission and Identity at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio. -From the Georgetown University Website

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