latest saint catechism season scripture language category date topic popular featured liturgical print workbook misc cds lectures bundles dvds studyprograms play-video download play-audio circle-speech-bubble link-icon wof-icon podcast homily video article circle-search circle-book pointer-up pointer-right pointer-left chev-up chev-down chev-right chev-left pointer-down arrow-right arrow-left arrow-up arrow-down share exclam calendar close bullet-on bullet-off am search_thin menu cart twitter pinterest tumblr sumbleupon google-plus facebook instagram youtube vimeo flickr

Fr. Steve Grunow

CEO of Word on Fire

Father Steve Grunow is the CEO of Word on Fire Catholic Ministries.

Fr. Steve Grunow Latest Blog Posts

How to Get Ready for Lent

by Fr. Steve Grunow . February 13, 2018 . 7 Comments

“In these days, therefore, let us add something beyond ordinary expectations of our service. Let each one, over and above the measure prescribed, offer God something of his own freewill in the joy of the Holy Spiri...

The Lesson of Christ's Baptism

by Fr. Steve Grunow . January 08, 2018 . 1 Comments

Today, the Church celebrates the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord, and it is with this awe-filled liturgy that the three great revelations or "theophanies" of the Christmas season are brought to stunning fulfillment. Th...

The Mystery of Mary, Mother of God

by Fr. Steve Grunow . January 01, 2018 . 1 Comments

Today, while much of the world marks the new beginning of the calendar year, the Church commemorates the great solemnity of the Mother of God. What does this mean? That the Blessed Virgin Mary is the Mother of God mean...

The Crib and the Cross

by Fr. Steve Grunow . December 19, 2017 . 2 Comments

A friend of mine gathered her family together to trim the tree, and to accompany the festive occasion, she asked her husband to put on some Christmas music. He did, but mistakenly entered “holiday” when ...

The Immaculate Conception and the Nightingale's Song

by Fr. Steve Grunow . December 08, 2017 . 1 Comments

Preparations for the celebration of Christmas begin (much to the chagrin of many) in the United States with the end of the festivities associated with Halloween and conclude abruptly on December 25th. Because of the...