Fr. Jonathan Morris is a Catholic priest is a right wing mouthpiece "news analyst"/"news contributor" for Fox News. He seems to get lots more face time (and it's quite pretty) on Fox News (and Fox Business) than the few clergy from other denominations who appear far less frequently and regularly than Morris who even gets to do a weekly sermonette on Sunday's Fox & Friends. He was once a member of the troubled "Legionaries of Christ," an order founded by the reprobate Fr. Marcial Maciel whose colorful history included drug abuse, sexual abuse, and the fathering of several children while a priest. A number of other Legionaries have been accused of sexual molestation. The order, which pandered to the rich and famous, has been investigated by theVatican and reformed. Fr. Morris had a very high position with the Legionaries when he was plucked by Fox News; but Fox fans might not know that because Fr. Jonathan Morris' webpage and Fox biography is missing any reference to his prestigious position. Go figure.
Shortly after his ordination, Morris, who is no longer a member of the order but a humble parish priest in NYC, made the meteoric rise to the position of vice-rector of the Legion's seminary in Rome. He served in that capacity for a number of years. According to a comment on a blog for ex-Legionaries, he was Maciel's "personal waiter." While it's not clear what that "position" entailed, it's clear that Morris was at the top of his class, so to speak. But neither his webpage (with the Fox News logo) nor his Fox biography mention that accomplishment. Wonder why....?