Mary Cecilia Grey is Emeritus Professor of Theology at the University of Wales, Lampeter, a fellow at Sarum College, Salisbury, and until 2013 was visiting Professor at St Mary's University, Twickenham.
Grey completed an MA (Oxbridge and Louvain, a Bachelor of Sacred Theology| and a Doctor of Philosophy|PhD degree from the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium. Her research has focused primarily on Feminist Liberation Theology and Spiritualities, but has also encompassed Ecofeminist theology, Ecological theology and Spirituality, Indian Liberation theology, Christian–Jewish- Palestinian reconciliation, Systematic theology from a Feminist perspective and the relationship between Social Justice and theology. Her current work focuses on reconciliation- especially between Israel and Palestine- and she is Chair of Living Stones of the holy Land Trust.
Recent books include The Outrageous Pursuit of hope, (2000), Sacred Longings (2003), Pursuing the Dream - with Rabbi Dan Cohn Sherbok, (2005), The Unheard Scream- The Struggles of Dalit Women in India, (2004)To Rwanda and Back, (2007), The Advent of Peace (2010), The Resurrection of Peace (2012), The Spirit of Peace (2014). With Rabbi Dan Cohn Sherbok, Debating Israel-Palestine (2014.