Joseph Grassi, professor emeritus of religious studies, died on Dec. 9, 2010. Author of more than 20 books and founder of the Skip-A-Meal program for the hungry, he served the poor in Guatemala for three years and, together with his wife, Carolyn, also taught in the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at SCU. In his honor, since 2003 the Joseph A. Grassi Social Justice Award has been presented annually to a graduating student in SCU’s Department of Religious studies who exhibits an outstanding commitment to social justice. A funeral Mass was held at the Mission Church. He is deeply mourned by his family, including sons Peter Grassi ’93 and Eddie Grassi ’92.
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