Jonathan Morris joined Fox News Channel (FNC) as a contributor in May 2005, giving analysis and commentary on social, religious, and political issues. Before leaving the Catholic priesthood in 2019, he served in pastoral ministry in several city parishes within the Archdiocese of New York. He also served as a special assistant to Cardinal Timothy Dolan for media and communications, and as program director of The Catholic Channel on SiriusXM satellite radio. Additionally, he advised in the production and promotion of the film, "The Passion of the Christ". While at FNC, Jonathan has reported on a variety of news stories, including the appointment of Pope Francis and the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI in 2013, the beatification of Pope John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI's historic visit to the United States in 2008, the influx of human trafficking surrounding the World Cup in Germany in 2006 and the 2005 riots in Paris, France. Jonathan also secured exclusive interviews with former First Lady Laura Bush and the Grand Imam of Paris, France. Jonathan Morris is a theologian and author with undergraduate degrees in humanities and philosophy and a graduate degree in ethics. He studied business administration at Franciscan University. He is an author of four books including his most recent, the New York Times best-seller "The Way of Serenity". His first books include "God Wants You Happy: From Self-Help to God's Help" and "THE PROMISE: God's Purpose and Plan for When Life Hurts." Jonathan is fluent in Spanish and Italian.
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WINNER OF THE 2021 BOOKER PRIZE
A NEW YORK TIMES EDITORS' CHOICE
A modern family saga written in gorgeous prose by three-time Booker Prize-shortlisted author Damon Galgut.
Haunted by an unmet promise, the Swart family loses touch after the death of their matriarch. Adrift, the lives of the three siblings move separately through the uncharted waters of South Africa; Anton, the golden boy who bitterly resents his life's unfulfilled potential; Astrid, whose beauty is her power; and the youngest, Amor, whose life is shaped by a nebulous feeling of guilt.
Reunited by four funerals over three decades, the dwindling family reflects the atmosphere of its country--one of resentment, renewal, and, ultimately, hope. The Promise is an epic drama that unfurls against the unrelenting march of national history, sure to please current fans and attract many new ones.
"Simply: you must read it."--Claire Messud, Harper's Magazine
"Inviting, accessible and personal. . . . A reminder of an overlooked truth: faith leads to joy." --James Martin, SJ, author of The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything
Fox News analyst Father Jonathan Morris challenges the wisdom espoused by New Age self-help experts with the time-tested counsel found in the Bible. Readers who may have sought solace in popular self-help books like Eckart Tolle's A New Earth, Rhonda Byrne's The Secret, or Deepak Chopra's The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success will be enthralled by Morris's moving argument about the enduring spiritual succor awaiting in Scripture.