You’re lucky - all the Jesuits that make it up here to NH - spend their time preaching social ‘justice’ and why Catholics shouldn’t be afraid to embrace ‘hope’ and work for ‘change’ - hint! hint!
Oh I know!
Ironically I had the epiphany that I was conservative politically when I was 14 just outside the classroom of one of the more liberal young priests. Dont get me wrong, he is a dedicated missionary and beloved, but still, a liberal.
Anyway, it was the 1980 election season and outside his classroom he had a poster. It showed a photo of an F-14 and the cost ($15 Million?). Below it was a laundry list of items that could be purchased with that money complete with photos of hungry kids and homeless families.
I recalled Ronald Reagan, during the campaign, stating that it was possible to produce both guns and butter. That America had the means and the willpower and how strongly he believed that. I believed Ronald Reagan and was so happy that I could vote for him in 1984.
The Jesuits have completely abandoned everything Ignatius built except the name and perquisites of the organization. Being a Jesuit does not mean the same thing as it did 50 years ago. The Jesuits are Marxist, modernist dissenters.