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Fr. Steve Grunow

CEO of Word on Fire

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


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Participating in Pentecost

by Fr. Steve Grunow . May 18, 2018 . 0 Comments

The Church’s first scripture for this Sunday describes the disciples of the Lord Jesus gathered for the celebration of Pentecost. On this occasion the Holy Spirit is revealed in an extraordinary way, and in the wak...

Easter: The Significance of Sunday Morning

by Fr. Steve Grunow . April 02, 2018 . 0 Comments

“She hears, upon that water without a sound, a voice that cries, ‘The tomb in Palestine is not the porch of spirits lingering. It is the grave of Jesus where he lay...’”Somber words. One should sa...

The One Thing You Need to Enter the Mysteries of Holy Week

by Fr. Steve Grunow . March 27, 2018 . 1 Comments

One of the great mysteries of Holy Week is the revelation of how God in Christ deals with our refusals, particularly the most terrifying refusal of all, that is the cross. The cross is terrifying because its refusal insi...

Perpetua, Felicity, and the Theo-Drama

by Fr. Steve Grunow . March 07, 2018 . 1 Comments

Today, the Church commemorates the martyrs Perpetua and Felicity, along with their companions. These Christians were killed in the Roman Provinces of North Africa in the early third century AD. They were not alone, ...

The Saint Who Refused to Bow Down to Caesar

by Fr. Steve Grunow . February 23, 2018 . 0 Comments

The Church remembers the witness of Saint Polycarp today, who was killed because he would not renounce his faith in the Lord Jesus in the year 155 AD. Saint Polycarp was a victim of the brutal persecution of the Church ...