Fr. Kevin Scalf, C.PP.S, M.A.T., M.A.B, M.Div.
Program Director, Theology; Director of Mission Effectiveness
Rev. Kevin M. Scalf, C.PP.S., is a member of the Missionaries of the Precious Blood religious order. He is Chairperson of the Humanities Department at Calumet College of St. Joseph, Hammond, IN., and serves in the President’s Office. He is also Director of Mission and Ministry.
Fr. Scalf holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Mount St. Joseph University, Cincinnati, OH., in Religious Studies, Philosophy, and Communication Arts. He completed a Master of Arts degree in Theology at Xavier University, Cincinnati, a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary, Cincinnati, and a Master of Divinity degree at Catholic Theological Union, Chicago. He is currently a doctoral student at Catholic Theological Union, Chicago.
Fr. Scalf has taught at several Catholic high schools, and was a member of the part-time religious studies faculties at the University of Dayton; a full-time member of the faculty and administration at St. Joseph’s College, Rensselaer, IN, and part-time faculty member at a graduate seminary in Tanzania, Africa. He has also served as parochial vicar for several parishes in Whiting, IN.
Fr. Scalf has taught for many years in the Lay Ecclesial Ministry Program and Deacon Formation Program for the Diocese of Gary, Diocese of Lafayette, and Archdiocese of Chicago. Fr. Scalf currently serves as chaplain of Bishop Noll Institute, Hammond, IN.
In 2015 he was appointed by His Holiness, Pope Francis, as one 800 priests throughout the world to be a “Missionary of Mercy” throughout the Jubilee Year of Mercy, and that appointment continues today.