Msgr. Greg most previously led the day to day operations of the Archdiocese of New York as the vicar general and chancellor, where he served the pastoral and financial needs of over 2.6 million Catholics and was responsible for the oversight of over 600 employees, nearly 300 individual parishes, 130 schools, and 90 individual charity organizations, with combined revenues of more than $415 million. He also guided Making All Things New, the archdiocese’s pastoral planning initiative, and launched the Renew and Rebuild Capital Campaign to raise $200 million for critical, long-term capital projects. During his tenure at the Catholic Center, he served three Archbishops of New York — Cardinal O’Connor, Cardinal Egan and most recently, Cardinal Dolan. Msgr. Greg holds a law degree from St. John’s University and advanced canon law and theological degrees from Rome.