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Two “Good “Jesuits

December 17, 2018

Many faithful Christians have had their faith restored–and destroyed–by Jesuits. The Society of Jesus’ first mission to China was taken in 1552 laying the foundations for Christianity in Asia. But the Society was suppressed in four countries in the 18th century before officially being expelled from the Catholic Church by Pope Clement XIV in 1773.

Many American conservatives in the 21st Century–and I am one of them–believe that the Jesuits are in need of another serious rebuke. A close examination of the system of Jesuit Colleges reveals the dishonor done to the Catholic faith by the Jesuit order especially at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. Once a stalwart defender of the faith, Gonzaga was honored by alumnus Bing Crosby who attested to the important role that Gonzaga played in making him a better Christian.

Today, Gonzaga University offered employment to Melissa Click immediately after this Progressive loud-mouth was fired by the University of Missouri Board of Curators. A review of courses taught by Gonzaga faculty with special attention to courses offered in Gonzaga’s Department of Philosophy reveal what can only be described as a massive betrayal of Christ.

Chicago attorney, Joseph Morris, and I encountered two Jesuits, however, who were superb scholars and philosophically sound: Georgetown University’s James Schall and Fordham University’s Francis Canavan. Fr. Canavan died in 2009 at age 91 and substituted for me by teaching my Constitutional Law course at the College of New Rochelle in 1980 when I was asked to serve in President Reagan’s “Transition.”

Joe reports that Fr. Schall (age 90) has been hospitalized at El Camino Hospital in Mountain View, California. Joe Morris cites this final lecture given by Fr. Schall in 2012.

Requiescat in pace


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