When my archbishop, the late John Cardinal Krol of Philadelphia, decided to send me to Rome to study, he knew that I had graduated from a Saint Joseph's Preparatory School and Saint Joseph's College, before entering the diocesan seminary of 81. at St Charles Borromeo Seminary. A year after my ordination, he called me to his office and said,
"I am sending you to Rome to study philosophy. You will go to the Angelicum. You have had the Jesuits for eight years. It's time for an antidote."While I am grateful to the Jesuits for eight years of high school and university education and also for six months in their novitiate, I truly found that the Angelicum was the "user friendly" university .
Link (here) to Cardinal John P. Foley's full homily