LIST OF JESUIT SCHOLARS

This is a list of important people and known people who have studied under the Jesuits.
This remains a limited list…These are the people that the Jesuits themselves are willing
to brag about, taken off a Jesuit propaganda site.

ACTING

MASH’s
Alan Alda
Fordham University ’56

“Dapper”
Don Ameche
Marquette University ’29

“Jerry the Dentist”
Peter Bonerz
Marquette University High ’56
Marquette University ’60

Homicide’s
Andre Braugher
St. Ignatius College Prep (Chicago) ’80

Actor and Comedian
Chris Farley
Marquette University ’86

CSI Capt. Jim Brass
Paul Guilfoyle
Boston College High ’67

Home Alone
John Heard
Gonzaga College High (Washington, D.C.) ’64

Captain Kangaroo
Bob Keeshan
Fordham University ’49

The Producers
Nathan Lane
St. Peter’s Prep (Jersey City) ’74

Law and Order Actor
Michael Moriarty
University of Detroit High School and Academy ’59

Comedian
Bill Murray
Loyola Academy (Wilmette, Ill.) ’68

Comedian
Bob Newhart
St. Ignatius College Prep (Chicago) ’47

Loyola Chicago ’52
Batman Forever’s
Chris O’Donnell
Loyola Academy (Wilmette, Ill.) ’88
Boston College ’94

Satirist
Mark Russell
Canisius High (Buffalo) ’50

“Love and War” Actor
Jay Thomas
Jesuit High (New Orleans) ’66

Best Actor
Denzel Washington
Fordham University ’77

Cheers
George Wendt
Campion Jesuit High (Prairie du Chien, Wis.) ’66
Rockhurst University ’71

Television and movie actor
John McGiver
Fordham University ’37

BUSINESS
President/CEO of Raytheon
Daniel P. Burnham
Xavier University ’68

Sherwin Williams CEO
Christopher Connor
Walsh Jesuit High (Stow, Ohio) ’74

Chairman, Adobe Systems
Charles Geschke
Xavier University ’62 & ’63

L.L. Bean owners
John, James, and Leon Gorman
Cheverus High (Portland, Maine) ’49, ’50, ’52

CEO of Verizon Wirelss
Dennis Strigl
Canisus College ’74

Chicago Cubs General Manager
Jim Hendry
Spring Hill College ’77

Applebee’s Restaurant Chair & CEO
Lloyd Hill
Rockhurst University ’85

Anheuser-Busch President
August Busch IV
Saint Louis University ’87

President/CEO, Fifth Third Bank
George Schaefer, Jr.
Xavier University ’74

St. Louis Cardinals President & CEO
Mark Lamping
Rockhurst University ’80

Chair, President,
CEO, Oppenheimer Funds
John Murphy
Boston College High ’67

Inventor of the modern ATM
Don Wetzel
Jeusit High (New Orleans) ’46

Chairman, CEO of PepsiCo International
Michael White
Boston College High ’70

GOVERNMENT
Government New York Representative
Michael McNulty
College of the Holy Cross ’69

President of the Philippines
Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
Georgetown University ’68

Former Congressman, Mayor of Milwaukee
Tom Barrett
Marquette University High ’72

Ohio Congressman
& House Majority Leader
John A. Boehner
Xavier University ’77

President of Nicaragua
Enrique Bolanos
Saint Louis University ’62

Two-term Maine Governor
Joseph Brennan
Cheverus High (Portland, Maine) ’52

Oakland Mayor
Jerry Brown
St. Ignatius College Prep (San Francisco) ’55
Santa Clara University ’59

Former Senior White House Advisor
Pat Buchanan
Gonzaga College High (Washington, D.C.) ’56
Georgetown University ’61

Kentucky Senator, ballplayer
James Bunning
Xavier University ’53

Former Pennsylvania Governor
Robert Patrick Casey
Scranton Prep ’49
College of the Holy Cross ’53

Former President
Bill Clinton
Georgetown University ’68

Former Congressman
House Majority Whip
Tony Coelho
Loyola Marymount University ’64

Florida Congressman
Jim Davis
Jesuit High (Tampa) ’75

Former Alabama Senator
Jeremiah Denton
Spring Hill College ’46

Mayor of Miami
Manny Diaz
Belen Jesuit Prep (Miami) ’73

Illinois Senator
Dick Durbin
Georgetown University ’66 & ’69

Former Prime Minister of Belize
Manuel Esquivel
Loyola University New Orleans ’62

Vice Presidential Candidate
Geraldine Ferraro
Fordham University Law ’60

Former House Speaker
Tom Foley
Gonzaga Prep (Spokane) ’46

San Francisco Mayor
Gavin Newsom
Santa Clara University ’89

Former Congressman
Henry Hyde
Georgetown University ’47
Loyola University Chicago Law ’50

Nebraska Governor
Mike Johanns
Creighton University ’74

Virginia Congressman
James Moran
College of the Holy Cross ’67

Massachusetts Senator
John Kerry
Boston College Law ’76

Vermont Senator
Patrick Leahy
Georgetown University ’64

Kentucky Congressman
Ken Lucas
Xavier University ’70

Former Senate Majority Leader
George Mitchell
Georgetown University ’61

Former New Orleans Mayor
Marc Morial
Jesuit High (New Orleans) ’76
Georgetown University ’83

Alaska Governor
Frank Murkowski
Seattle University ’55

Arizona Governor
Janet Napolitano
Santa Clara University ’79

Mayor of Baltimore
Martin O’Malley
Gonzaga College High (Washington, D.C.) ’81

Former Speaker of the House
Tip O’Neill
Boston College ’36

Clinton Chief of Staff
Leon Panetta
Santa Clara University ’60
Santa Clara University Law ’63

President of Peru
Alejandro Toledo
University of San Francisco ’71

LAW
Attorney
Johnnie Cochran
Loyola Marymount University ’62

Law Washington State Attorney General
Christine Gregoire
Gonzaga University ’77

Illinois Attorney General
Lisa Madigan
Georgetown University ’88
Loyola University Chicago Law ’94

Supreme Court Justice
Antonin Scalia
Xavier High (New York) ’53
Georgetown University ’57

Attorney
Robert Shapiro
Loyola Marymount University ’68

Supreme Court Justice
Clarence Thomas
College of the Holy Cross ’71

MEDIA
Media New York Times Sportswriter
Dave Anderson
Xavier High (New York) ’47

NBC Today Weekend Coanchor
Campbell Brown
Regis University ’91

New York Times Editorial Page Editor
Gail Collins
Marquette University ’67

New York Times Senior Editor (retired)
William Connolly
University of Scranton ’59

National Review Associate Publisher
Jack Fowler
College of the Holy Cross ’82

National Catholic Reporter publisher
Tom Fox
Marquette University High ’62

National Public Radio Correspondent
Linda Gradstein
Georgetown University ’85

Hardball host
Chris Matthews
College of the Holy Cross ’72

ABC Sports Commentator
Jim McKay
Loyola College in Maryland ’43

Host of The McLaughlin Group
John McLaughlin
Boston College ’61

President of CBS Sports
Sean McManus
Fairfield Prep ’73

Former Commonweal editors
Peter F. and Margaret O’Brien
Loyola Academy (Wilmette, Ill.) ’59 (Peter)
Loyola University Chicago ’63 (Peter and Margaret)

CBS White House Correspondent
Bill Plante
Loyola Academy (Wilmette, Ill.) ’55
Loyola University Chicago ’59

Meteorologist
Al Roker
Xavier High (New York) ’72

NBC News Senior VP
Tim Russert
Canisius High ’68
John Carroll University ’72

Former Press Secretary
Pierre Salinger
University of San Francisco ’47

TV Talk Show Host
Tom Snyder
Marquette University High ’54

News Anchor
Mary Alice Williams
Creighton University ’71

MUSIC
New York Met Tenor
Charles Anthony
Loyola University New Orleans ’52

Entertainer
Pearl Bailey
Georgetown University ’85

Singer
Bing Crosby
Gonzaga Prep (Spokane) ’20

Composer, son of J. Paul Getty
Gordon Getty
St. Ignatius College Prep (San Fransisco) ’51

Pianist
Harry Connick, Jr.
Jesuit High (New Orleans) ’85

Jazz pianist
Ellis Marsalis
Loyola University New Orleans ’86

PUBLIC SERVICE
FCC Commissioner
Kathleen Abernathy
Marquette University ’82

U.S. Small Business Administration Director
Hector Barreto
Rockhurst University ’83

Former Secretary of Education
Bill Bennett
Gonzaga College High (Washington, D.C.) ’61

Army Brigadier General
Vincent Brooks
Jesuit High (Sacramento) ’75

Commanding General in Iraq
George Casey
Boston College High ’66

Former Commerce Secretary
William Daley
St. Ignatius College Prep (Chicago) ’66

National Cancer Institute Director
Andrew C. von Eschenbach
Saint Joseph’s University ’63
Georgetown University ’67

Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
Anthony Fauci
Regis High (New York) ’58
College of the Holy Cross (Medicine) ’62

Catholic Relief Services President and Executive Director
Ken Hackett
Boston College High ’64

San Francisco Chief of Police
Heather Fong
University of San Francisco ’79

Boston Police Commissioner
Kathleen O’Toole
Boston College ’76

Former Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare
Joseph Califano, Jr.
Brooklyn Prep ’48
College of the Holy Cross ’52

Former Secretary of Commerce
Mickey Kantor
Georgetown University ’68

Former NASA Director of Mission Operations
Gene Kranz
Saint Louis University ’54

Ambassador to Singapore
Franklin Lavin
Georgetown University ’79 & ’85

Former U.S. Surgeon General
Antonia Novello
Georgetown University ’75

NASA Administrator
Sean O’Keefe
Loyola University New Orleans ’77

AIDS Czar
Joseph O’Neill
St. Ignatius College Prep (San Francisco) ’71

Former CIA Director
George Tenet
Georgetown University ’76

Arab American Institute President
James Zogby
RELIGION
Jesuit Preacher
Walter Burghardt
Xavier High (New York) ’31

Yale Divinity School Dean
Harry Attridge
Boston College High ’64

Archbishop of Miami
John Favalora
Jesuit High (New Orleans) ’54

Belleville (Illinois) Bishop
Wilton Gregory
Loyola University Chicago ’69

Washington, D.C., Cardinal Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick
Fordham Prep ’49

Jesuit Theologian
John Courtney Murray
Xavier High (New York) ’20

Cincinnati Archbishop
Daniel Pilarczyk
Xavier University ’65 & ’75

Cleveland Bishop
Anthony Pilla
John Carroll University ’61 & ’67

Bishop of Biloxi
Thomas Rodi
Georgetown University ’71

Former Bishop of Fairbanks
Michael Kaniecki, SJ
University of Detroit Mercy ’53

Yakima (Washington) Bishop
Carlos Sevilla, SJ
Gonzaga University ’60
Santa Clara University ’67

Madeville (Jamaica) Bishop
Gordon Bennett, SJ
Loyola High (Los Angeles) ’64
Loyola Marymount University ’79

Vatican Cardinal
J. Francis Stafford
Loyola College in Maryland ’54

Ft. Wayne–South Bend Bishop
John D’Arcy
Boston College High ’49

SPORTS
Chicago Bulls Former Player and Coach
Bill Cartwright
University of San Francisco ’79

Soccer Player
Brandi Chastain
Santa Clara University ’91

Legendary Green Bay Coach
Vince Lombardi
Fordham University ’37

New York Giants Owner
Wellington Mara
Loyola School (New York) ’33
Fordham University ’37

NFL Hall of Famer
Gino Marchetti
University of San Francisco ’52

NFL Hall of Famer
Ollie Matson
University of San Francisco ’52

USA Soccer Team Forward
Brian McBride
Saint Louis University ’96

USC Basketball Coach
Frank McGuire
Xavier High (New York) ’33

New York Jets Quarterback
Ken O’Brien
Jesuit High (Sacramento) ’78

Sub–Four Minute Miler
Tom O’Hara
Loyola University Chicago ’64

Penn State Football Coach
Joe Paterno
Brooklyn Prep ’45

Tampa Bay Devil Rays Coach
“Sweet” Lou Piniella
Jesuit High (Tampa) ’61

Memphis Grizzlies Forward
James Posey
Xavier University ’99

Minnesota Twins pitcher
Brad Radke
Jesuit High (Tampa) ’91

Former Detroit Lions Strong Safety
Ron Rice
University of Detroit High School
Academy ’90

Former NFL Commissioner
Pete Rozelle
University of San Francisco ’50

College and Pro Football Hall of Famer
Alex Wojciechowicz
Fordham University ’38

Vince Lombardi
Fordham University ’37

New York Giants Owner
Wellington Mara
Loyola School (New York) ’33
Fordham University ’37

NFL Hall of Famer
Gino Marchetti
University of San Francisco ’52

NFL Hall of Famer
Ollie Matson
University of San Francisco ’52

USA Soccer Team Forward
Brian McBride
Saint Louis University ’96

USC Basketball Coach
Frank McGuire
Xavier High (New York) ’33

New York Jets Quarterback
Ken O’Brien
Jesuit High (Sacramento) ’78

Sub–Four Minute Miler
Tom O’Hara
Loyola University Chicago ’64

Penn State Football Coach
Joe Paterno
Brooklyn Prep ’45

Tampa Bay Devil Rays Coach
“Sweet” Lou Piniella
Jesuit High (Tampa) ’61

Memphis Grizzlies Forward
James Posey
Xavier University ’99

Minnesota Twins pitcher
Brad Radke
Jesuit High (Tampa) ’91

Former Detroit Lions Strong Safety
Ron Rice
University of Detroit High School
Academy ’90

Former NFL Commissioner
Pete Rozelle
University of San Francisco ’50

College and Pro Football Hall of Famer
Alex Wojciechowicz
Fordham University ’38

NFL Hall of Famer, Celtic Center
Bill Russell
University of San Francisco ’56

Former Miami Dolphins Coach
Don Shula
John Carroll University ’51

Yankees Pitcher
David Cone
Rockhurst High ’81

Former Boston Celtics Guard
Bob Cousy
College of the Holy Cross ’50

Olympic swimmer
Ian Crocker
Cheverus High (Portland, Maine) ’00

Buffalo Sabres Hockey Player
Chris Drury
Fairfield Prep ’94

Knicks and Magics Center
Patrick Ewing
Georgetown University ’85

Bills and Chargers Quarterback
Doug Flutie
Boston College ’85

Retired San Diego Charger Quarterback
Dan Fouts
St. Ignatius College Prep (San Francisco) ’69

Miami Heat
Brian Grant
Xavier University ’94

Cleveland Cavaliers
Tyrone Hill
Xavier University ’90

NBA Hall of Famer, Celtics Guard
K. C. Jones
University of San Francisco ’56

Cleveland Cavaliers Coach
Paul Silas
Creighton University ’64

Green Bay Packers
Bob Skoronski
Fairfield Prep ’51

Tampa Bay Devil Rays Pitcher
Blake Stein
Spring Hill College ’95

Utah Jazz Great
John Stockton
Gonzaga University ’84

Boston Bruins Head Coach
Michael Sullivan
Boston College High ’86

NFL Commissioner
Paul Tagliabue
Georgetown University ’62

Olympic Medalist Swimmer
Eric Vendt
Boston College High ’99

New England Patriots
Mike Vrabel
Walsh Jesuit High (Stow, Ohio) ’93

Cleveland Browns Offensive Lineman
Paul Zukauskas
Boston College High ’97

William Peter Blatty
Brooklyn Prep ’46
Georgetown University ’50

WRITING
Author
Sandra Cisneros
Loyola University Chicago ’76

Author
Tom Clancy
Loyola Blakefield (Towson, Md.) ’65
Loyola College in Maryland ’69

Suspense Writer
Mary Higgins Clark
Fordham University ’79

Poet
Billy Collins
College of the Holy Cross ’63

Pulitzer Prize–Winning Historian
Will Durant
St. Peter’s Prep ’03
Saint Peter’s College ’07

Author and Playwright
John Guare
Georgetown University ’60

Pulitzer Prize–Winning Historian
David Kennedy
Seattle Prep ’59

Mystic River Author
Dennis Lehane
Boston College High ’83

Crime Writer
Elmore Leonard
University of Detroit Jesuit High and Academy ’46
University of Detroit Mercy ’50

That Champion Season playwright
Jason Miller
University of Scranton ’61

Author, Communications Theorist
Walter Ong, SJ
Saint Louis University ’41

Pulitzer Prize–Winning Historian
Garry Wills
Campion High (Prairie du Chien, Wis.) ’51

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  • Herb Granath
    Television executive, president of Capital Cities/ABC Video Enterprises
    Paul Montrone
    Chairman/CEO of Fisher Scientific
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    Miguel de Cervantes
    Father of modern Spanish literature
    Tom Clancy
    Author of military action novels
    Mary Higgins Clark
    Popular author
    René Descartes
    Father of modern philosophy
    Arthur Conan Doyle
    Creator of Sherlock Holmes
    James Joyce
    Irish novelist
    Jean Baptiste Poquelin Molière
    Father of modern French literature
    Susan Taylor
    Editor of Essence magazine
    François Marie Arouet Voltaire
    Skeptical master of the Enlightenment
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    William Casey
    Former director of the CIA
    William Jefferson Clinton
    President of the United States
    Charles DeGaulle
    Former President of France
    Tony Fauci
    A scientist leading the fight against AIDS
    Geraldine Ferraro
    First woman to run for vice president
    Thomas Foley
    Former Speaker of the House
    Dee Dee Myers
    White House political commentator
    Tip O’Neill
    Former Speaker of the House
    Antonin Scalia
    Supreme Court Justice
    Clarence Thomas
    Supreme Court Justice
    Pierre Eliot Trudeau
    Former Prime Minister of Canada
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    Alan Alda
    Harry Conick, Jr.
    Bing Crosby
    Richard Harris
    Alfred Hitchcock
    Raul Julia
    Bob Keeshan
    Captain Kangaroo
    Nathan Lane
    Louis Malle
    French film director
    Jason Miller
    Bill Murray
    Bob Newhart
    Peter O’Toole
    Mark Russell
    Political comedian
    Sting (Gordan Jumner)
    Denzel Washington
    George Wendt
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    Charles Osgood
    Tim Russert
    Political commentator
    John A. Walsh
    Executive editor of ESPN
    Mary Alice Williams
    NBC news
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    Tom Browning
    Dave Cone
    Bob Cousy
    Jim Deshaies
    Patrick Ewing
    Doug Flutie
    Pete Harnisch
    Dave Magadan
    Tino Martinez
    Joe Paterno
    Bill Russell
    Don Shula
    http://matrix.scranton.edu/admissions/fa_jt_alumni.asp

  • Most Reverend John M. D’Arcy, STD ’49
    Bishop D’Arcy became the eighth bishop of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend
    after serving as auxiliary bishop in Boston.

    Most Reverend Alfred C. Hughes, STD ’50
    Archbishop Hughes, who was welcomed to New Orleans in 2001, is playing a key role
    in leading the recovery of the city.

    William E. McQueeney ’52
    Bill McQueeney is the founder of the non-profit organization Rural Water Ventures,
    which provides access to clean water in Nicaragua.

    Joseph E. Corcoran ’53
    Joe Corcoran is chairman of Corcoran Jennison Companies, Inc., which owns the
    Harbor Point Apartments and the Bayside Expo Center.

    Michael F. A’Hearn ’58
    Michael A’Hearn is a physics professor at the University of Maryland and the principal
    investigator on NASA’s Deep Impact Project.

    Jeremiah F. York ’63
    Jerry York led Bowling Green to the 1984 college hockey national championship and
    Boston College, where he is currently coach, to the 2001 national title.

    Kenneth F. Hackett ’64
    Ken Hackett is president of Catholic Relief Services, which oversees humanitarian
    services in more than 90 countries.

    General George W. Casey ’66
    General Casey is the 36th chief of staff of the United States Army and the former
    commanding general of the multi-national force in Iraq.

    Paul V. Guilfoyle ’67
    Paul Guilfoyle is an actor who plays Captain Jim Brass on the popular television show
    “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.”

    Robert L. Lynch, Jr. ’67
    Bob Lynch has been president of Americans for the Arts, the nation’s leading nonprofit
    organization for advancing the arts, since 1996.

    John V. Murphy ’67
    John Murphy is the chairman, president, and CEO of Oppenheimer Funds, Inc., which
    manages hundreds of billions of dollars in assets.

    Leonard P. Guarente, Ph.D. ’70
    Dr. Guarente is a biology professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology who
    specializes in the science of aging.

    Leo J. Meehan, III ’71
    Leo Meehan is president and CEO of W.B. Mason, one of America’s largest office
    supply companies.

    Michael J. Sullivan, Esq. ’72
    Michael Sullivan, a former state representative and U.S. Attorney, is the director of the
    Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

    David C. McCourt ’75
    David McCourt, CEO of Granahan McCourt Capital, also won an Emmy as Executive
    Producer of “Reading Rainbow.”

    John J. Shaughnessy, Jr. ’75 and Michael P. Shaughnessy ’79
    Jack and Mike Shaughnessy are vice-presidents of Shaughnessy & Ahern, the crane
    service company which has been in their family for three generations.

    Joseph F. Keenan ’76
    Joe Keenan won multiple Emmy’s as Executive Producer of “Frasier” and has authored
    three novels.

    Michael T. Stenson ’78
    Mike Stenson, President of Jerry Bruckheimer Films, is behind such movies as “Pirates
    of the Caribbean.”

    John M. Shields, Esq. ’79
    Jack Shields is the president of medical imaging company Shields MRI, which serves
    hospitals throughout New England.

    Dennis J. Lehane ’83
    Dennis Lehane is a novelist whose crime stories are set in and around Boston. His
    most popular book to date is Mystic River.

    Alberto Vasallo, III ’85
    Alberto Vasallo is the vice president and publisher of El Mundo, the largest Latino
    newspaper in New England.

    The Honorable Michael F. Flaherty, Jr. ’87
    Michael Flaherty was elected to the Boston City Council in 1999 and served as its
    president from 2002 through 2006.

    William J. Dorcena ’91
    Will Dorcena is a marketing consultant who was deputy executive director of Boston
    2004, the host committee for the Democratic National Convention.

    Patrick D. Leahy ’97
    Pat Leahy is a right wing for the National Hockey League’s Nashville Predators.

    Erik K. Vendt ’99
    Erik Vendt is an Olympic silver medalist in swimming. He is practicing and competing
    internationally in hopes of making his third Olympic Games in 2008.

    http://www.bchigh.edu/podium/default.aspx?t=18838

  • List of alumni of Jesuit educational institutions (wikipedia)

    A
    * Tony Abbott, Australian Minister for Health, St Ignatius’ College, Riverview
    * Rogelio Aguilar, Mexican operatic tenor and culture philosopher, Carlos Pereyra High
    School Mx; Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico.
    * José Antonio Aguirre, Basque president; educated at the University of Deusto
    * Alan Alda, American movie actor and TV star; Fordham University, USA
    * Iyad Allawi, Iraqi politician; attended Baghdad College
    * Robert Altman, American film director, Rockhurst High School
    * Viswanathan Anand, Indian chess grandmaster; attended Loyola College in Chennai
    * Ivo Andric, Yugoslavian author, Jesuit gymnasium in Travnik, Bosnia
    * Guillermo Arriaga, Mexican screenwriter (Amores Perros), Universidad
    Iberoamericana, Mexico.
    * Benigno Aquino, Jr., Philippine politician; studied at the Ateneo de Manila University
    * Mike Arroyo, Husband of Gloria Macapagal Arroyo; studied at the Ateneo de Manila
    University

    B
    * Claude Bachet, French Mathametician; pupil of the Jesuit mathematician Jacques de
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    Billy at the Jesuit College in Rheims
    * Mohsen Badawi, Egyptian entrepreneur, political activist and writer; educated at the
    Collège de la Sainte Famille in Cairo, Egypt
    * Jakob Balde, German Latinist and poet; studied at the University of Ingolstadt
    * José Celso Barbosa, medical doctor, sociologist, and political leader, as well as the
    first racially-mixed resident to attend Puerto Rico’s prestigious Jesuit Seminary
    * George Barna, American political pollster; graduated summa cum laude from Boston
    College
    * Kevin Barry, martyr of the Irish War of Independence, Belvedere College
    * John Barrymore, American Shakespearean actor; attended Georgetown Preparatory
    School
    * Jyoti Basu, Communist politician from West Bengal, India; educated at St. Xavier’s
    Collegiate School
    * Elgin Baylor, American basketball player, Seattle University
    * Steve Bellan, Cuban baseball player, Fordham University, New York
    * Saint Robert Bellarmine, Gregorian University, Rome
    * Pope Benedict XIV, Italian Pope, Collegium Clementianum
    * William Bennett, former US Secretary of Education and author, Gonzaga College High
    School, USA
    * Joseph Berardino, former CEO of Arthur Anderson – Fairfield University
    * Philip Berrigan, author and activist; educated at the College of the Holy Cross
    * Rubén Berríos, President of the Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP) (Partido
    Independentista de Puerto Rico); educated at the Colegio San Ignacio de Loyola of
    Puerto Rico
    * Sabeer Bhatia, Founder of Hotmail, St Josephs college Bangalore, India
    * Jacques de Billy, French Jesuit mathematician
    * William Peter Blatty, American author; Georgetown University
    * Georg Freiherr von Boeselager, German officer
    * Philipp Freiherr von Boeselager, German officer
    * Jean-Charles de Borda, French mathematician, physicist, political scientist, and sailor;
    educated at the Jesuit college at La Fleche
    * Gutzon Borglum, American sculptor; graduate of Creighton Preparatory School
    * Roger Boscovich, Croatian Jesuit astronomer; educated at the Jesuit College in
    Ragusa
    * Charles Bossut, French mathematician, confrere of the Encyclopaedists; studied at
    the Jesuit College of Lyon.
    * Robert Bourassa, Quebec politician, College Jean-de-Brebeuf, Montreal;
    * Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet, French bishop and theologian; educated at the Collège
    des Godrans, a classical school run by the Jesuits of Dijon.
    * Till Brönner, German musician; educated at Aloisiuskolleg in Bonn, Germany
    * Jerry Brown, American politician; graduated from St. Ignatius High School and studied
    at Santa Clara University
    * Christopher Brennan, Australian author, St Ignatius’ College, Riverview, Sydney;
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    * Pat Buchanan, American journalist; Gonzaga College High School and Georgetown
    University;
    * Georges Buffon, French naturalist, mathematician, biologist, cosmologist and author;
    enducated at the Jesuit College of Godrans in Dijon
    * Jim Bunning, American Senator and baseball player; Xavier University
    * Luis Buñuel, Spanish filmmaker, Jesuit College, Aragon, Spain.

    C
    * Ryan Cabrera, Colombian musician; Jesuit College Preparatory School
    * Pedro Calderón de la Barca, Spanish dramatist, Jesuit College Madrid
    * Tony Canadeo, American football player; Gonzaga University
    * Philip Caputo, American journalist; Loyola University Chicago
    * Ernesto Cardenal, Nicaraguan priest and poet
    * Charles Carroll of Carrollton
    * Robert P. Casey, Sr., Governor of Pennsylvania – Scranton Preparatory School and
    College of the Holy Cross
    * Robert P. Casey, Jr., US Senator – Scranton Preparatory School and College of the
    Holy Cross
    * William Casey, American former director of the CIA, Fordham University
    * Giovanni Domenico Cassini, Italian astronomer, engineer, and astrologer; studied at
    the Jesuit College at Genoa
    * Louis Bertrand Castel, French Jesuit mathematician; educated in the Jesuit school in
    Toulouse
    * Fidel Castro, President of Cuba – Colegio de Belen, Havana, Cuba
    * Paul Cellucci, former US Ambassador to Canada – Boston College.
    * Miguel de Cervantes, Spanish author
    * Giovanni Ceva, Italian mathematician; educated at a Jesuit college in Milan.
    * Tommaso Ceva, Italian mathematician; Jesuit College of Brera in Milan.
    * François de la Chaise, French priest and father confessor of King Louis XIV and the
    namesake of the famous Père Lachaise Cemetery; studied at the Jesuit College of
    Lyon.
    * Ahmed Chalabi, Iraqi politician; atteded Baghdad College
    * Elwin Bruno Christoffel, German and French mathematician and physicist, studied at
    the Jesuit Gymnasium in Cologne
    * Vincent Cianci, American politician, Fairfield University
    * Sandra Cisneros, American author, Loyola University Chicago
    * Tom Clancy, Jr., American author – Loyola College in Maryland and Loyola High
    School, USA
    * Will Clark, American baseball player; Jesuit High School, New Orleans, USA
    * Peter Claver, Roman Catholic saint
    * Christopher Clavius, German Jesuit astronomer
    * Bill Clinton, President of the United States; Georgetown University
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    * Johnnie Cochran, American lawyer; Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, USA
    * Billy Collins, American poet; educated at the College of the Holy Cross
    * Chris Collins, American hockey player; Boston College.
    * Arthur Conan Doyle, British author; Stonyhurst College, United Kingdom
    * Marquis de Condorcet, French philosopher, mathematician, and early political
    scientist; educated at the Jesuit College in Reims
    * Harry Connick, Jr, American singer, entertainer, movie actor; Jesuit High School, New
    Orleans
    * Pat Conroy, American writer, Gonzaga High School, Washington, DC (one year)
    * Arthur W. Conway, Irish mathematician and President of University College Dublin,
    where he had received a Jesuit education as a young man
    * Pierre Corneille, French dramatist
    * E. Gerald Corrigan, American banker; Fairfield University
    * Pierre de Coubertin, French pedagogue and historian
    * Bob Cousy, American basketball player; College of the Holy Cross
    * Bing Crosby American entertainer, Gonzaga University, Spokane, USA
    * Johann Baptist Cysat, Swiss mathematician and astronomer; studied at the University
    of Ingolstadt

    D
    * William M. Daley, former United States Secretary of Commerce, Loyola University
    Chicago
    * François d’Aguilon, Belgian mathematician and physicist.
    * Roque Dalton, Salvadoran poet and journalist; graduate of Externado San José, in
    San Salvador
    * Rubén Darío, Nicaraguan poet; educated by the Jesuits of Leon, Nicaragua
    * Marco Antonio de Dominis, Dalmatian ecclesiastic, apostate, and man of science;
    educated by the Jesuits in their colleges at Loreto and Padua
    * Christian de Duve, Belgian scientist, Nobel Prize for medicine in 1974, Onze-Lieve-
    Vrouwecollege, Antwerp, Belgium
    * Jean-Luc Dehaene, former Belgian prime minister, Sint-Jozefscollege, Aalst, Belgium
    * Jean-Charles de la Faille, French Jesuit mathematician; attended the Jesuit College in
    Antwerp and the Jesuit College in Mechelen
    * Jean Baptiste Joseph Delambre, French mathematician and astronomer; attended the
    Jesuit College in Amiens
    * Don DeLillo, American novelist; Fordham University
    * Jacques Delors, French politician
    * René Descartes, French philosopher, educated at the Jesuit College of La Flèche in
    Anjou, France.
    * Denis Diderot, French philosopher and writer
    * Lejeune Dirichlet, German mathematician; attended the Jesuit College in Cologne
    * Khoa Do, Australian filmmaker; educated at St Aloysius’ College in Sydney
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    * Dr. John, American musician, Jesuit High School, New Orleans.
    * Chris Dodd, American politician, Georgetown Preparatory School
    * Tom Dooley, American Catholic humanitarian; St. Louis University High, St. Louis
    University
    * Will Durant, American philosopher and author, Saint Peter’s College, Jersey City.
    * Richard J. Durbin, American politician, Georgetown University
    * Avery Dulles, American cardinal, professor and theologian; son of Secretary of State
    Dulles; studied at the Gregorian University in Rome

    E
    * Ignacio Ellacuría, Spanish liberation theologian and professor at Universidad
    Centroamericana “José Simeón Cañas”
    * Keith Ellison, American lawyer and politician, graduate of the University of Detroit
    Jesuit High School
    * Patrick Ewing, American basketball player, Georgetown University.
    * Nick Enright, Australian playwright, St Ignatius’ College, Riverview, Sydney
    * Juan Ponce Enrile, Philippine politician; former Marcos Defense Minister; studied at
    the Ateneo de Manila University
    * Ahmet Ertegün, American entrepreneur; educated at Georgetown University
    * Farid Esack, South African scholar, writer and political activist; studied at the Sankt
    Georgen Graduate School of Philosophy and Theology in Frankfurt am Main, Germany
    * Joseph Estrada, former President of the Philippines; studied at the Ateneo de Manila
    University

    F
    * Anthony Fauci, Italian-American immunologist, attended Regis High School and the
    College of the Holy Cross
    * Kevin Fagan, Australian doctor and World War II hero, St Ignatius’ College, Riverview,
    Sydney;
    * Chris Farley, American comedian and actor, Marquette University, Wisconsin;
    * Ferdinand II, of the House of Habsburg, reigned as Holy Roman Emperor from 1620-
    1637; educated at the University of Ingolstadt
    * Diego Fernández de Ceballos, Mexican senator, Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico;
    * Geraldine Ferraro, American politician, Fordham University
    * Anthony Fisher, Australian prelate, St Ignatius’ College, Riverview, Sydney;
    * Garret FitzGerald, Irish economist and politician, Belvedere College
    * Maile Flanagan, American voice actress and comedian, Boston College
    * Justin Fleming, Australian playwright, St Ignatius’ College, Riverview, Sydney
    * Doug Flutie, American football player, Boston College
    * Thomas Foley, American politician; Gonzaga University, Spokane
    * Fontenelle, French author, Jesuit College, Rouen
    * Michel Foucault, French philosopher, Saint-Stanislaus, Poiters
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    * Vicente Fox, President of Mexico, Campion Jesuit High School (2 years) Universidad
    Iberoamericana, Mexico
    * Frankie Frisch, American baseball player, graduate of Fordham Preparatory School
    and Fordham University

    G
    * Delia Gallagher, American journalist, University of San Francisco
    * Charles de Gaulle, former President of France
    * Soe Hok Gie, Indonesian activist, ; educated at Kanisius in Jakarta.
    * Bachir Gemayel, Lebanese politician; educated at the Université Saint-Joseph
    * Marino Ghetaldi, Ragusan mathematician and physicist. Educated by Clavius
    * John Paul Getty, American-British philanthropist, Jesuit College, San Francisco;
    * Ludovico Geymonat, Italian Marxist philosopher; educated at the Istituto Sociale in
    Turin
    * Carlos Ghosn, CEO of Renault and Nissan Motors; educated at the Collège Notre
    Dame de Jamhour in Lebanon
    * Bob Gibson, Hall-Of-Fame pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals — Creighton University;
    * Saint Aloysius Gonzaga, Gregorian University, Rome;
    * Alejandro González Iñárritu, Mexican filmmaker, Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico
    City;
    * Baltasar Gracián, Spanish writer
    * Guido Grandi, Italian priest and professor of mathematics, philosophy, and theology;
    educated at the Jesuit college in Cremona
    * Nick Greiner, Australian politician, St Ignatius’ College, Riverview, Sydney
    * Xu Guangqi, Chinese agricultural scientist and mathematician who studied under
    Matteo Ricci
    * Camillo-Guarino Guarini, Italian priest, mathematician, theologian and architect
    * Teofisto Guingona, Philipino politician, Ateneo de Manila University
    * Paul Guldin, Swiss astronomer and mathematician; educated at the Gregorian
    University in Rome where he studied under Clavius.
    * Gustavo Gutiérrez, Dominican priest, professor, author, and liberation theologian

    H
    * William Habington, English Poet, St. Omer College, Belgium
    * Michael Harrington, Harvard professor, political activist and author, St. Louis
    University High School and College of the Holy Cross
    * Richard Harris, Irish actor, Crescent College, Limerick, Ireland
    * Salma Hayek, Mexican actress; educated at the Universidad Iberoamericana
    * Mary Higgins Clark, American writer, Fordham University, Bronx, New York
    * Alfred Hitchcock, British film director, St Ignatius’ College, Enfield, London
    * Morihiro Hosokawa, Japanese politician, Bachelor of Laws from Sophia University
    * Robert Hughes, Australian art critic, writer and television documentary maker;
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    educated at St Ignatius’ College, Riverview in Sydney, Australia
    * Vicente Huidobro, Chilean poet
    * David Hume, Scottish philosopher, economist, and historian; studied at the Jesuit
    seminary at La Fleche in Anjou, France
    * Saint Alberto Hurtado, Chilean priest and saint; major figure in the labor movements of
    his time, e.g. founded the Chilean Trade Union Association
    * Zakir Hussain, Indian musician; edcuated at St. Xavier’s College in Mumbai, India
    * Henry Hyde, American politician, Georgetown graduate with law degree from Loyola
    University Chicago
    * Dan Hynes, American politician, St. Ignatius College Prep, Chicago, Illinois

    I
    * Innocent XI, Pope, Como, Italy;
    * Allen Iverson, NBA All-Star Player, Georgetown University (two years);

    J
    * Barnaby Joyce, Australian senator, St Ignatius’ College, Riverview, Sydney;
    * James Joyce, Irish novelist and winner of the Nobel Prize for literature,Clongowes
    Wood College Co. Kildare and Belvedere College Dublin;
    * John Paul I, Pope, Gregorian University, Rome;
    * Paul Johnson, British journalist, historian, speechwriter and author. He was educated
    at Stonyhurst College
    * Pierre-Marc Johnson, Former Quebec Premier, College Jean-de-Brebeuf, Montreal;
    * Raúl Juliá, American actor, studied at Colegio San Ignacio de Loyola

    K
    * Sebastian Kappen, S.J., Jesuit priest and liberation theologian. Studied and the
    Gregorian University in Rome, Italy
    * John Kerry, US Senator, 2004 Democratic Presidential Candidate, JD, Boston
    College, Chestnut Hill, MA;
    * John Keegan, English military historian; graduate of Wimbledon College
    * Bob Keeshan, American actor, Fordham University
    * Bohdan Khmelnytsky, Cossack leader, educated by the Jesuits in L’vov, Ukraine
    * Athanasius Kircher, German Jesuit scholar and polymath; educated at the Jesuit
    College in Fulda
    * Curt Kirkwood, American singer in the musical group The Meat Puppets. Attended
    Brophy College Preparatory in Phoenix, Arizona.
    * Peter Hans Kolvenbach, Superior General of the Society of Jesus, Canisius College,
    Nijmegen, The Netherlands;
    * Hans Küng, Swiss Catholic priest, author and theologian. Studied at the Gregorian
    University in Rome, Italy

    L
    * La Condamine, French geographer and mathematician; studied at the Jesuit College
    of Louis-le-Grand in Paris
    * Philippe de La Hire, French mathematician
    * Jérôme Lalande, French astronomer; studied at the Jesuit College in Lyon
    * Alexander Graf Lambsdorff, German politician
    * Mario Armando Lavandeira Jr., Cuban-American celebrity gossip blogger who writes
    under the pseudonym Perez Hilton. Educated at Belen Jesuit in Miami, Florida
    * Francesco Lana de Terzi, Italian aeronautics pioneer, studied under Athanasius
    Kircher
    * Timothy Leary, American psychologist and writer, expelled from College of the Holy
    Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts after his freshman year,
    * Byron Lee, Jamaician music pioneer; educated at St. George’s College, Jamaica
    * Anthony James Leggett, British professor of physics, educated at Wimbledon College
    * Georges Lemaître, Belgian priest and astronomer, Collège du Sacré Coeur, Charleroi,
    Belgium.
    * Elmore Leonard, American novellist, University of Detroit Jesuit High School and
    University of Detroit
    * G. Gordon Liddy, American political strategist, Fordham University
    * Vince Lombardi, Hall-Of-Fame coach for the Green Bay Packers — Fordham University
    * Eduardo López de Romaña, President of Peru; educated at Stonyhurst College
    * Federico García Lorca, Spanish poet and playwright, attended Jesuit school as a boy
    in Grenada
    * Gabriel García Márquez, Colombian author, Jesuit Colegio San Jose in Barranquilla
    and Jesuit College in Bogotá, Colombia
    * Henri de Lubac, French theologian, Gregorian University in Rome, Italy
    * Ruud Lubbers , former Prime Minister of the Netherlands and former United Nations
    High Commissioner for Refugees, Canisius college, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
    * Peter Lynch, American financial leader, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts,
    * Patrick J. Leahy, United States Senator, Georgetown University
    * Nathan Lane, American actor, St. Peter’s Preparatory High School, New Jersey
    * Bernard Lonergan, Canadian professor and theologian, Gregorian University

    M
    * Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, President of the Philippines, Georgetown University, Ateneo
    de Manila University
    * Charles Mackerras, Australian conductor, educated at St Aloysius’ College in Sydney
    * Lisa Madigan, American attorney general, Loyola University Chicago School of Law
    * Michael Madigan, American politician, St. Ignatius College Prep, Chicago, Illinois
    * Ettore Majorana, Italian theoretical physicist, Istituto Massimo
    * Tak Wah Mak, Canadian immunologist, molecular biologist, and academic; educated
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    at Wah Yan College, Kowloon, Hong Kong
    * Louis Malle, French film director
    * Jan Marek Marci, Bohemian mathematician, attended Jesuit college in Jindrichuv
    Hradec
    * Subcomandante Marcos (né Rafael Guillén), Mexican leader of Zapatista Army,
    Instituto Cultural Tampico, Mexico
    * Wellington Mara, American football entrepreneur, Loyola School and Fordham
    University
    * George Martin, British music producer, St Ignatius’ College, Enfield, London UK
    * Ignacio Martín-Baró, Jesuit priest and liberation theologian, Pontifical Xavierian
    University
    * Roberto Matta, Chilean painter
    * Drea de Matteo, Italian-American actress, Loyola School
    * Gregório de Mattos, major baroque poet of Brazil
    * John McLaughlin, American TV producer, Boston College
    * Gregan McMahon Australian actor and playwright, St Ignatius’ College, Riverview,
    Sydney;
    * Pierre Méchain, French astronomer and surveyor who made significant contributions
    to the early study of deep sky objects and comets; educated by Jesuits in his birthplace
    of Laon
    * Bob Menendez, American politician, Saint Peter’s College, Jersey City, New Jersey
    * Ismail Merchant, American/Indian film producer and director,Saint Xaviar’s College,
    Mumbai(Bombay), India
    * Freddie Mercury, British musician, attended St. Mary’s High School [1] in Mazagaon
    * Marin Mersenne, French theologian, philosopher, mathematician and music theorist;
    educated at Le Mans and at the Jesuit College of La Flèche
    * Franz Mesmer, German physician whose ideas spawned the development of
    hypnosis. Studied at the Jesuit universities of Dillingen and Ingolstadt.
    * Lakshmi Mittal, London-based Indian billionaire industrialist, educated at St. Xavier’s
    College in Calcutta
    * Dominique Moceanu, American gymnast, attending John Carroll University
    * Molière, father of modern French literature, Collège de Clermont, Paris
    * Juan Molina, Chilean Jesuit and naturalist.
    * Luca di Montezemolo, Italian businessman, Istituto Massimo
    * Mario Monti, Italian economist and politician, Istituto Leone XIII, Milan
    * Jean-Étienne Montucla, French mathematician, Jesuit College, Lyon
    * Michael Moriarty, American actor, University of Detroit Jesuit High School
    * Paul Morphy, American chess player, educated at Spring Hill College
    * Massimo Moratti, Italian oil tycoon and owner of football club Inter Milan, Istituto
    Leone XIII, Milan
    * Alonzo Mourning, American basketball player, Georgetown University
    * Julian Morrow, Australian comedian and radio host, St. Aloysius College
    * Robert Mugabe, President of Zimbabwe
    * Bill Murray, American TV and movie star, Loyola Academy, Wilmette and Regis
    University;
    * John Courtney Murray, American theologian, Xavier High, New York and Boston
    College
    * Joseph Murray, American surgeon, College of the Holy Cross
    * Dikembe Mutombo, basketball player from the Democratic Republic of the Congo,
    Georgetown University
    * Jason Miller, [[American playwright and actor, University of Scranton
    * Barbara Mikulski, United States senator of Maryland, Loyola College in Maryland
    N
    * Pius Ncube Archbishop of Bulawayo, Human Rights Activist in Zimbabwe
    * Jerrold Nadler, Jewish American politician, Fordham University School of Law
    * Steve Nash, American basketball player, Santa Clara University
    * Bob Newhart, American actor and comedian, St. Ignatius College Prep in Chicago and
    Loyola University Chicago
    * Gavin Newsom, American politician, attended Santa Clara University
    * Steven Noga, American educator, attended St. Ignatius in Cleveland, Xavier
    University and Boston College
    * Gustav Nossal, Australian research biologist, St Aloysius’ College, Sydney
    * Henri Nouwen, Dutch Roman Catholic priest and professor of theology, Aloysius
    Gymnasium, The Hague

    O
    * Conor Oberst (Bright Eyes), American musician — Creighton Preparatory School,
    Omaha, Nebraska
    * Pat O’Brien, American actor — Marquette University High School and Marquette
    University, Milwaukee
    * Chris O’Donnell, Actor, Loyola Academy, Wilmette, IL. Boston College, Chestnut Hill,
    MA
    * Peter O’Toole, Irish actor
    * Thomas P. ‘Tip’ O’Neill, American politician, Boston College, Chestnut Hill,
    Massachusetts
    * Charles Osgood, American media commentator, Fordham University
    * Jacques Ozanam, French mathematician, studied at the Jesuit College in Rheims

    P
    * Denis Papin, French physicist, mathematician and inventor, best known for his
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    pioneering work with steam power; received education at the Jesuit school in Blois
    * Alexander Payne, American film writer-director, Creighton Preparatory School,
    Omaha, Nebraska
    * Denis Pétau, also known as Petavius, French Jesuit theologian
    * Francis Petre, New Zealand-born architect based in Dunedin; educated at Mount St
    Mary’s College near Sheffield
    * Jean Picard, French astronomer and priest, Jesuit College of La Flèche,
    * Pius XII, Pope, Gregorian University, Rome
    * Paul VI, Pope, Gregorian University, Rome
    * Joe Paterno, American football coach, attended Brooklyn Prep
    * Alexius Sylvius Polonus, Polish Jesuit astronomer and maker of astronomical
    instruments. Studied at the Jesuit College in Kalisz.

    R
    * Stefan Raab, German entertainer and comedian; graduate of the Aloisiuskolleg, the
    Jesuit gymnasium in Bad Godesberg, Germany
    * Karl Rahner, German theologian
    * Narasimhan Ram, editor-in-chief of The Hindu, Loyola College, Chennai
    * Mark Raper, Oceania Provincial superior of the Society of Jesus, St Ignatius’ College,
    Riverview, Sydney
    * Hubert Reeves, Astrophysicist, College Jean-de-Brebeuf, Montreal
    * Hans Riegel, German – entrepreneur (Haribo)
    * Vincenzo Riccati, Italian mathematician[2]
    * Matteo Ricci, Italian Jesuit priest who spent considerable time in China and the far
    east. Responsible for much of the introduction of Western culture to China
    * Cardinal Richelieu, French Statesman, Collège de Navarre, Collège de Calvi
    * Thomas J. Riley, American bishop, Archdiocese of Boston, Massachusetts, USA
    * Jose Rizal, author, surgeon, linguist, led independence movement against Spanish
    rule in the Philippines, Ateneo de Manila University
    * Sam Roberts, Candaian singer
    * Al Roker, American TV meteorologist, Xavier High School, New York
    * Óscar Romero, Jesuit priest and martyr, Gregorian University, Rome, Italy
    * Manuel Roxas II, Philippine Senator, Ateneo de Manila University
    * Pete Rozelle, American football commissioner, University of San Francisco
    * Peter Paul Rubens, Flemish painter of the 17th century, Antwerp
    * Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón, Spanish politician, Jesuit Colegio de Nuestra Señora del
    Recuerdo
    * Bill Russell, American basketball player, University of San Francisco
    * Mark Russell, American political comedian, Canisius High School, Buffalo, New York
    * Tim Russert, America politician and anchor man, Canisius High School and John
    Carroll University
    * Leo Ryan, Member of the U.S. House Of Representatives (D-California) who was
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    assassinated at the outset of the Jonestown Massacre, Creighton University and
    Campion High School

    S
    * Giovanni Girolamo Saccheri, Italian Jesuit and mathematician, studied at the Jesuit
    College in Milan
    * Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, French writer and aviator, educated at Jesuit schools in
    Montgré and Le Mans
    * Grégoire de Saint-Vincent, Jesuit mathematician who independently discovered the
    Mercator series, the expansion of log (1 + x) in ascending powers of x.
    * Saint Francis de Sales, Bishop of Geneva, Church Doctor, Clermont, Paris,
    * Antonin Scalia, American judge, Xavier High School and Georgetown University
    * Christoph Scheiner, German astronomer and Jesuit; attended the Jesuit Latin school
    in Augsburg and continued his studies in the Jesuit college at Landsberg
    * Edward Schillebeeckx, American liberation theologian and priest of the Dominican
    Order
    * Gaspar Schott, German physicist, mathematician and natural philosopher; studied
    under Athanasius Kircher
    * Vin Scully, American sportscaster, started as a student broadcaster at Fordham
    University
    * Antonio Serrano, Mexican film director/screenwriter (Sexo, Pudor y Lágrimas),
    Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico
    * Don Shula, American football head coach, John Carroll University
    * Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora, Jesuit priest and one of the first great intellectuals
    born in the Spanish viceroyalty of New Spain. Studied at the Jesuit College in Tepoztlan
    * Paul Silas, American basketball player and head coach, Creighton University
    * Saravanan Sivakumar, Tamil actor, Loyola College, Chennai
    * Santosh Sivan, Indian cinematographer and film director; studied at the Loyola
    School, Thiruvananthapuram
    * Tom Snyder, American TV/radio talk show host — Marquette University High School
    * John Stockton, American basketball player, Gonzaga University
    * Sting, also known as Gordon Sumner, British musician
    * Yi Su-gwang, Korean scholar and a military officer; studied under Fr. Matteo Ricci S.J.
    * Robert Surcouf, famous French privateer.

    T
    * André Tacquet, Belgian mathematician whose work prepared ground for the eventual
    discovery of the calculus. Educated at the Jesuit College in Antwerp
    * Talleyrand, French diplomat; studied at the Jesuit College of La Flèche
    * Akbar Tanjung, Indonesian politician and former chairman of the Golkar party;
    attended Kanisius in Jakarta
    * Torquato Tasso, Italian Renaissance Poet, Jesuit College Sorrento, Italy;
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    * Claudio Teehankee, former Chief Justice of the Philippines, Ateneo de Manila
    University
    * Sister Rose Thering, American Dominican nun and activist; received PhD from St.
    Louis University
    * Clarence Thomas, American judge of the Supreme Court Justice, College of the Holy
    Cross
    * Mark Thompson, Director-General of the BBC, Stonhyurst College, UK
    * Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, French Jesuit philosopher and anthropologist; educated at
    the Jesuit college of Mongré, in Villefranche-sur-Saône
    * Alejandro Toledo, President of Peru, University of San Francisco
    * Evangelista Torricelli, Italian physicist and mathematician, best known for his invention
    of the barometer.
    * Spencer Tracy, American actor, attended Rockhurst High School and Marquette
    Academy but did not graduate
    * Daniel J. Travanti, American TV and movie star, Loyola Marymount University
    * Athanasius Treweek, Australian academic, linguist and code-breaker, St Ignatius’
    College, Riverview, Sydney;
    * Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Former Prime Minister of Canada, College Jean-de-Brebeuf,
    Montreal;
    * Donald Tsang, Chief Executive of Hong Kong SAR, Wah Yan College, Hong Kong
    * Robin Tunney, American actress, St. Ignatius College Prep, Chicago, Illinois

    V
    * Charles Jean de la Vallée-Poussin, Belgian mathematician; studied at the Jesuit
    College at Mons
    * Antonio Maria Valsalva, Italian anatomist who coined the term Eustachian tube
    * Jean Vanier, Canadian philanthropist and founder of L’Arche, which creates homes
    and provides day programs for those with developmental disabilities; educated at
    Loyola High School in Montreal
    * Adriaan van Roomen, Belgian mathematician; attended the Jesuit school in Cologne.
    * Pierre Varignon, French priest and mathematician; educated at the Jesuit College in
    Caen
    * Ramaswamy Venkataraman, former President of India; educated at Loyola College in
    Chennai
    * Giambattista Vico, Italian philosopher, historian, and jurist
    * António Vieira, Portuguese Jesuit and writer; received his education at the Jesuit
    college at Bahia in Brazil.
    * Joseph Vijay, Tamil actor, Loyola College, Chennai
    * Vincenzo Viviani, Italian mathematician and scientist. He was a pupil of Torricelli and
    a disciple of Galileo. Educated at Jesuit schools in his native Florence
    * Voltaire, French author and skeptical master of the Enlightenment, lycée Louis-le-
    Grand, Paris, France

    W
    * Dwyane Wade, American basketball player, Marquette University
    * Benjamin Walker, Indian-born author on religion and philosophy, and an authority on
    esoterica in all its forms; educated at St. Xavier’s College in Calcutta
    * Francis Walsingham, Elizabethan Spy Master, University of Padua
    * Denzel Washington, American film actor, Fordham University
    * Charles Waterton, English naturalist and explorer; educated at Stonyhurst College in
    Lancashire
    * Edward Douglass White, American judge, JesJosé Simeón Cañasuit High School, New Orleans;
    * Gerard Windsor, Australian author, St Ignatius’ College, Riverview, Sydney;
    * George Wendt, American actor – Campion Jesuit High School; Rockhurst University
    (Kansas City, Missouri)
    * Anthony A. Williams, American politician, educated at Loyola High School of Los
    Angeles
    * Terry Wogan, Irish Broadcaster, Crescent College, Limerick;
    Y
    * Sho Yano, American child prodigy, Loyola University Chicago;
    Z
    * Gordon Zubrod, American oncologist who played a prominent role in the introduction
    of chemotherapy for cancer; alumnus of the Georgetown Preparatory School
    * Niccolò Zucchi, Italian Jesuit astronomer and physicist.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_alumn…al_institutions

  • College of the Holy Cross
    http://www.nndb.com/edu/656/000082410/

    Douglas M. Baker, Jr. Business c. 1959 CEO of Ecolab
    Timothy Bishop Politician 1-Jun-1950 Congressman, New York 1st
    John T. Broderick, Jr. Judge 1947 New Hampshire Chief Justice
    Joseph Califano Government 15-May-1931 Carter’s HEW Secretary
    Bob Casey, Jr. Politician 13-Apr-1960 US Senator from Pennsylvania
    Robert P. Casey Politician 9-Jan-1932 30-May-2000 Governor of Pennsylvania, 1987-95
    George Connor Football 21-Jan-1925 31-Mar-2003 Chicago Bears tackle, Hall of Famer
    Bob Cousy Basketball 9-Aug-1928 Boston Celtics guard
    Edward D. DiPrete Politician 8-Jul-1934 Governor of Rhode Island, 1985-91
    John A. Durkin Politician 29-Mar-1936 US Senator from New Hampshire, 1975-80
    John M. Facciola Judge c. 1944 US Magistrate Judge, District of Columbia
    John M. Greaney Judge 8-Apr-1939 Justice, Massachusetts Supreme Court
    Thomas Ian Griffith Actor 18-Mar-1962 Hollow Point
    Michael Harrington Activist 24-Feb-1928 31-Jul-1989 The Other America
    Tom Heinsohn Basketball 26-Aug-1934 Boston Celtics Head Coach, 1969-78
    Edward P. Jones Novelist 1951 The Known World
    James W. Keyes Business 1955 CEO of Blockbuster
    Paul LeClerc Administrator 28-May-1941 CEO of New York Public Library
    Henry E. Lentz, Jr. Business c. 1945 Lehman Brothers
    Stephen W. Lilienthal Business c. 1949 CEO of CNA Financial
    James B. Longley, Jr. Politician 7-Jul-1951 Congressman from Maine, 1995-97
    Edward J. Ludwig Business c. 1951 CEO of Becton Dickinson
    John J. Mahoney Business c. 1951 Vice Chairman and CFO of Staples
    Chris Matthews Talk Show Host 17-Dec-1945 Hardball with Chris Matthews
    William J. McDonald Attorney 1928 19-Feb-1990 Chief Lawyer at Union Pacific, 1969-89
    William J. McDonough Business c. 1934 President of New York Fed, 1993-2003
    Jack McKeon Baseball 23-Nov-1930 Manager, Florida Marlins
    Thomas H. McLain Business c. 1957 CEO of Nabi Biopharmaceuticals, 2002-07
    John N. McMahon Government 3-Jul-1929 Deputy Director CIA, 1982-86
    John F. McManus Activist 1935 President, John Birch Society
    Michael McNulty Politician 16-Sep-1947 Congressman from New York, 1989-2009
    J. William Middendorf II Diplomat 22-Sep-1924 Ford’s Secretary of the Navy
    Charles E. F. Millard Government c. 1957 Director, Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation 2007-09
    Jim Moran Politician 16-May-1945 Congressman, Virginia 8th
    Robert S. Morrison Business c. 1941 Vice Chairman of Pepsi, 2003-05
    Joseph E. Murray Doctor 1-Apr-1919 Kidney transplants
    Robert C. Murray Business c. 1946 CFO of PSEG, 1992-2001
    James J. O’Connor Business 15-Mar-1937 CEO of Commonwealth Edison, 1980-98
    Jane Sullivan Roberts Activist c. 1955 Wife of US Chief Justice John Roberts
    Frank Shakespeare Diplomat 9-Apr-1925 US Ambassador to the Vatican, 1986-89
    John C. Staley Business c. 1941 Former Managing Partner, Ernst and Young
    Thomas C. Theobald Business 5-May-1937 CEO of Continental Bank, 1987-94
    Clarence Thomas Judge 23-Jun-1948 US Supreme Court Justice
    Harry K. Thomas Diplomat c. 1956 US Ambassador to Bangladesh, 2003-05
    Bernard Trainor Military 2-Sep-1928 Military analyst, ex-3 star Marine general
    David I. Walsh Politician 11-Nov-1872 11-Jun-1947 Governor and Senator from Massachusetts
    Peter Welch Politician 2-May-1947 Congressman from Vermont
    Ted Wells Attorney 28-Apr-1950 Washington lawyer
    Edward Bennett Williams Attorney 31-May-1920 13-Aug-1988 Washington Superlawyer
    Robert C. Wright Business 1943 CEO of NBC Universal

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