Fr Jonathan How

Part-time Lecturer in Liturgy and Philosophy

Academic qualifications

BSc, ARCS, Imperial College, 1984-1987
BTh, St John’s Seminary, 1987-1992
PhL, Pontifical Gregorian University, 1996-1998
PGCEA, University of Surrey 1998-2000
PG Cert in Research Methods (Education and Social Science), University of Surrey 2003-2004
MA, Sarum College, 2011-2014
Fellow of Higher Education Academy UK

Previous appointments

Deacon & Assistant Priest, St Dunstan’s, Woking. 1992-1996.
Lecturer & Bursar, St John’s Seminary. 1998-2004.
Lecturer & Director of Studies, St John’s Seminary, 2004-2016.

Areas of interest / expertise / experience / research

Virtue Ethics and Professional Training and Development
Philosophy of Religion; Philosophy of Education; Thomas Aquinas
Spiritual and Religious Development and Interreligious Dialogue in Scouting
Liturgy & Architecture; Aidan Kavanagh
Hillwalking and Mountaineering (ML (Summer))

Areas of responsibility outside the Seminary include

Parish Priest, Cobham
World Organisation of the Scout Movement: Advisor on Spritual and Religious Development, including work with World Scout Interreligious Forum and Symposium
Scout Association: National Catholic Chaplain; County Chaplain, Deputy County Commissioner and Hillwalking Assessor for Surrey Scouts; Former Member of UK Faith and Beliefs Support Team; Faith and Beliefs Coordinator for 21st World Scout Jamboree.
Diocese of Arundel & Brighton: Chairman of Art & Architecture Committee; Diocesan MC
Secular Clergy Common Fund: Assistant Administrator and Company Secretary

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