Part 21 of my ongoing survey of the follies of many modern day Jesuits. It seems that defending traditional Catholic teaching at Georgetown is verboten:
A student group at Georgetown University faces defunding and other possible sanctions for defending the Catholic Church’s teaching on marriage.
Love Saxa exists to promote healthy relationships and sexual integrity.
It describes itself as a “new initiative at Georgetown to promote and celebrate authentically loving relationships.”
Love Saxa was restarted as a student group after taking a break for a year, according to the Hoya. On October 3, it hosted a talk by Dawn Hawkins, executive director of the National Center on Sexual Exploitation.
“In a society where dating and courtship are largely forgotten, structures of marriage and family are eroding, traditional understandings of gender complementarity are distant concepts, the use of pornography is prevalent, and sexual assault is rampant, Love Saxa exists to promote healthy relationships on campus through cultivating a proper understanding of sex, gender, marriage, and family among Georgetown students,” Love Saxa says on its website and Facebook page.
“Many Georgetown students lack a space to discuss their experiences of the harmful effects of a distorted view of human sexuality and the human person,” Love Saxa’s mission statement explains. “Through programs consisting of discussions, lectures, and campaigns, we hope to increase awareness of the benefits of sexual integrity, healthy dating relationships, and the primacy of marriage & family as central pillars of society.”
Georgetown student Jasmin Ouseph submitted a formal complaint to the Jesuit-run Catholic school about the club, claiming it violates the Division of Student Affairs’ Student Organization Standards.
The presidents of GU Pride and Georgetown University Queer People of Color are complaining along with Ouseph.
Go here to read the rest. The powers that be at Georgetown are about as Catholic as Karl Marx was. Scratch that. Old Commie Marx doubtless had more traditional views of marriage and homosexuality than the Jesuits of Georgetown.