Regretably, the Jesuit order is sick, and probably dying. There are still some fine Jesuits, but they are the exception.
All of the Jesuit universities have been compromised, but Georgetown is undoubtedly the worst.
Just think back to the honors they showered on Bill Clinton after he got into the White House. They boasted that he was their most distinguished graduate, ever.
Georgetown is also EXTREMELY expensive. I’m not sure if it still has the highest tuition rates in the country, but it has in the recent past. They have been very successful selling themselves as a top college, rather than a religious college, so they are unlikely to return to their roots.
Even if the Vatican was called to “crack down” and crack down HARD?
Look for the Vatican to crack down and crack down HARD on that order soon as part of the needed “spring cleaning”.
The Jesuit order is certainly very sick, but recovery is a strong possibility. I am friends with several Jesuit academics, all in the traditional mold. What I hear is that the novices and scholastics are strongly drawn to an authentic Catholic identity. I believe the priesthood in America is on the threshold of a stunning renaissance.