Jesuits do not have vocations

In an interview with Vatican News, Father Arturo Sosa, the General of the Jesuits, said that as a pupil he experienced a Society of Jesus in the style of what was developed after its restoration in the 19th century. 

But after Second Vatican Council it became open to changes and went into inculturation, hope and new ways. 

To the objection why since then have the Jesuits lost half of their members Sosa replied: “This is a difficult question.” believes that it is not. The Jesuits fell prey to liberalism and liberals never have vocations.

Gloria TV