Kevin G. Grove
Primary Field of Study: Systematic Theology
Ph.D. University of Cambridge
Research and Training Interests
His research includes memory, Christology, St. Augustine, and the theological writings of Basil Moreau.
“Becoming True in the Purgatorio: Dante on Forgetting, Remembering, and Learning to Speak.” In Dante, Mercy, and the Beauty of the Human Person, eds. L. Delorenzo and V. Montemaggi. Eugene: Wipf & Stock, 2017.
“Christology, Ascent, and Augustine’s Idithun Enarrationes.” In Praedicatio Patrum: Studies on Preaching in Late Antique North Africa, edited by G.Partoens, A. Dupont, and S. Boodts. Turnhout: Brepols, 2017.
“A Pondering Heart: The Immaculate Conception and the Sorrowful Mother in the Theology of Basil Moreau.” In Marian Modalities in the Church, edited by J. Cavadini and D. Peters . Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2017.
“The Word spoke in our words that we might speak in his: Augustine, Psalms, and the poetry of the Incarnate Word.” In Poetic Revelations: The Power of the Word, (29-42), edited by M. Burrows, J. Ward, and M. Grzegorzewska. London: Routledge, 2017.
Basil Moreau: Essential Writings. Edited with Andrew Gawrych. Notre Dame: Ave Maria, 2014.
Born and raised in rural Montana, Kevin Grove was ordained a Holy Cross priest at Notre Dame in 2010. He served in two Michiana parishes before doctoral studies in Cambridge, England. Before joining the faculty at Notre Dame, Grove was a post-doctoral researcher at L’Institut Catholique in Paris, France, and then a research fellow at the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study. In addition to his faculty work, Grove serves pastorally as a resident of Dunne Hall at Notre Dame.