Ken Krall, S.J., Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer of Classical Languages

Kenneth Krall, S.J. is one of the twenty-five or so Jesuits working at Gonzaga University. He earned his B.A. degree in Latin and Greek (1964) and his M. A. in that same field (1967) at Gonzaga University. He arrived in August of 1985 and worked in Campus...

Fr. Ken Krall

Contact Information

  • Robinson House, Room 005
  • Spring 2018
    Monday-Friday: 2:10 p.m.-3 p.m.

  • 509-313-6705

Education & Curriculum Vitae

M.A., Latin and Greek, Gonzaga University

B.A., Latin and Greek, Gonzaga University


Kenneth Krall, S.J. is one of the twenty-five or so Jesuits working at Gonzaga University. He earned his B.A. degree in Latin and Greek (1964) and his M. A. in that same field (1967) at Gonzaga University. He arrived in August of 1985 and worked in Campus Ministry for fifteen years. In the Spring of 1990 he began teaching First Year Latin and has been doing so ever since. He added Second Year Latin in 1998 and First Year Greek in 1999. At that time Fr. Krall left Campus Ministry and began teaching full-time in the Department of Classical Civilizations, adding Second Year Greek to his teaching schedule two years later. He is presently in his twenty-third year here at Gonzaga University. His other interests include gardening, singing in the Spokane Symphony Chorale and reading.