Shocking Testimony in Georgetown Canon Law Case

“I have met students in their second years at Georgetown who didn’t even know that Georgetown was a Catholic school. They did not know that Jesuit meant Catholic.”

That’s the testimony of a student in the canon law petition filed in the Archdiocese of Washington by author William Peter Blatty and Georgetown University alumni, students, parents and faculty, seeking a remedy to Georgetown’s weak Catholic identity.

Fellow petitioner and Georgetown alumnus Manuel Miranda, who recently made a trip to Rome with the goal of increasing awareness of the case in the Vatican, supplied Aleteia News with stunning testimony from students, former students and even a professor.