"Master, what good must I do to possess eternal life?"; the rich young man asked Jesus in Matthew 19.
That's a question each of us should ask today so we can find the best path to loving God the way He loves us.
In this week's video reflection, Father Jonathan Morris explores the meaning of the rich young man's story and what it can teach al...
Written by Jeff Matthews
The cure for the partisan politics spilling over into all facets of American society, Father Jonathan Morris says, is "getting back to the basics.";
To him, that means love.
"I think we're at a time right now as a nation where we're so divided politically,"; said Morris, a priest and well-known commentator on religiou...
What kind of prayer life do you have? Does it consist primarily of asking God for help when you need something or are going through struggles?
Father Jonathan Morris reveals that many people come to him because that's their approach. They tell him they don't know how to pray or develop an active prayer life, but want to learn. One recommendatio...
Father Jonathan Morris examines the Christian call to love others as Christ loves them.
Father Jonathan acknowledges that this is especially difficult when we cross paths with people in our daily lives who aren't easy to love or even like. That's why he offers advice on how we can look at these people in a new way - a way that allows us to ...
The hip and happening Fox News religion contributor, Father Jonathan Morris, clarified for the media Monday what Pope Francis meant when he said, "Who am I to judge"; homosexuals.
On the plane ride back to Italy from Brazil, where an estimated 3 million people attended a final mass on Copacabana Beach, the Pope gave reporters an unprecedented 8...
In this video from Fox News, Neil Cavuto speaks with Father Jonathan Morris about the HBO movie, "Too Big to Fail" and the 2008 economic crisis that inspired it.
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