Kevin G. Grove

Kevin G. Grove

Assistant Professor

Primary Field of Study: Systematic Theology

Education

Ph.D. University of Cambridge

Research and Training Interests

His research includes memory, Christology, St. Augustine, and the theological writings of Basil Moreau.

Publications

“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.
 

Biography

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.

Contact

436 Malloy
(574) 631-7040
kgrove1@nd.edu