Thursday, January 22, 2015

Former Georgetown Instructor Laments ‘Catholic Façade’ of University

Georgetown University’s Catholic identity has suffered considerably in recent years due to widespread concessions to more secular standards, argued former Georgetown English instructor Mark Judge in a recent piece on The New Criterion. The University, Judge contended, resembles a ‘Potemkin village,’ designed to outwardly present a Catholic façade, while the inside is a “radical institution.”

“Georgetown today is not [the] traditional Georgetown, or even the more liberal Georgetown of the twentieth-century Jesuits,” said Judge. “Today Georgetown is a university run by left-wing radicals, teaching some very bright and friendly students who oftentimes don’t know what hit them.”  (more...)

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