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Default Fr. Jonathan Morris on Protestant show

So, I just stumbled upon Fr. Jonathan Morris on this "Life Today with James and Betty Robison." I didn't get to watch the entirety. I will say it was nice to see a Protestant and Catholic dialogue and coming together over issues.
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Default Re: Fr. Jonathan Morris on Protestant show

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I will say it was nice to see a Protestant and Catholic dialogue and coming together over issues.
Indeed! It makes me so pleased when we all get along and fulfill Jesus prayer, "That they may be one."
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