Caleb Congrove studied theology at Oberlin College, Yale Divinity School, and the University of Notre Dame. His doctoral studies at Notre Dame focused on patristic and medieval theology, with a particular interest in the history of biblical exegesis.
His published writing consists mostly of popular theological essays on the Christian life. He is especially interested in ascetical and mystical theology, monasticism, and ecumenism. His writing has appeared in the Living Church magazine and in several online publications, including Covenant, the Catholic Catalogue, and the Church Life Journal.
Caleb is a Greek-Catholic layman. He belongs to the Byzantine Catholic metropolitan church of Pittsburgh and lives in Ohio with his wife, Gretchen, and their three children, Stella, Harry, and Walter. He is a high school teacher.