Like most posts have specified already, philosophically or etherially speaking, anyone would admit that love is more "important" than money. But I think the question here is, "In what context?"
Is love more important than money to survive? No.
Is love enough to keep most relationships together? Statistically speaking, no.
We live in a society where many character virtues have been put on the back burner to things like success, wealth, prestige, and popularity. Most of these things are gained much more quickly with money, rather than with love.