Two brothers were on retreat at a Trappist monastery. The first brother, a Friar Minor (Franciscan) came to ask Father Guardian a question about the rules. He said, "Father, may I drink coffee while I pray?" Father Guardian answered him, "No my son. It is better to finish your coffee and then go into pray." Obediently, the friar set his coffee down and went to pray.
Now the other brother, a Jesuit novice had over heard this conversation and he too had a question for the Guardian. "Father," he began, "Is it permitted for me to pray, while I drink my coffee?" Father Guardian replied, "Of course my son, we must pray without ceasing."
Father? And the Roman Catholic Church have "fathers"? They have people vested in clerical dress. The papist church don't have priesthood.
But this example is very good. Before i think that the jesuits dont say good things, because they have much time killing orthodox people, like St. Athanasios of Brest.