Robert George has a post on Mirror of Justice that reads, in its entirety, as follows:
From the New York Times, 17 March 2012:
In a letter to the president of Georgetown University, John J. DeGioia, 66 members of the law school faculty said Friday that the University should address Ms. Fluke's concerns and consider providing contraceptive coverage in the student health plan. "The current policy puts student health at risk," said M. Gregg Bloche, a professor at the law school, "and with our Jesuit tradition, we should be concerned about that."
Res ipsa loquitur.
Professor George certainly has the right to speak his mind, and perhaps I am being overly sensitive, but to me titling the piece Jesuitry seems to be using language often associated with anti-Catholicism to criticize fellow Catholics. The title, and indeed the entire post, make me uncomfortable.