1. (Christianity / Roman Catholic Church) a member of a Roman Catholic religious order (the Society of Jesus) founded by the Spanish ecclesiastic Saint Ignatius Loyola (1491-1556) in 1534 with the aims of defending the papacy and Catholicism against the Reformation and to undertake missionary work among the heathen
Here's what Dan had to say:
Jesuits Abandon "Marriage" for Today's Fashion
Marquette University will abandon any pretense of "Catholicism"--and for that matter, of "witness."
Marquette University plans to start offering domestic partner benefits to its employees in 2012, ...
...“If we are truly pastoral in our application of the Jesuit principle of cura personalis, I asked myself if I could reconcile that with denying health benefits to a couple who have legally registered their commitment to each other,” Wild said. In Latin, cura personalis means "care for the entire person." [said Fr. Wild]
Sure, Father, so long as that "entire person" doesn't have an eternal soul--you know, like in "cura animarum."
G K Chesterton had two applicable quotes.
Link to read a few more pages and gets the links, here.