Yes, there are many sad cases in all sectors of the Church. Without naming names, it is not only certain Jesuits (who are nonetheless my brothers) with whom one could have a grievance. Indeed, it would be a mistake to ever scapegoat or pigeonhole any religious order or movement in the Church (or overly idolize one or another), because we Christians are ALL loved sinners (some just get more publicity or have more influence--thus can do more damage). As a traditional, orthodox Roman Catholic, it is sad to me to see how lacking in charity some in our "camp" can be at times. Of course, other "camps" can have the same problem. As scandalous as heresy is, I think it's fair to say that lack of humility and love (into which I too have fallen) is not much better.
I will tell you what a Jesuit told me when I was applying to the Society: "The Jesuits are going to let you down." How true that is about EVERYONE, whether it be a spouse, an institution, a teacher, etc. Without being cynical, in some sense are we not bound to let one another down at some time or another? And by the same token, are we not obliged like the Good Samaritan and the Lord to bend down and pick one another up "gently yet firmly" (a phrase of St. Francis de Sales)?
St. Ignatius teaches us in a "Presupposition" in the Annotations to the Spiritual Exercises: "let it be presupposed that every good Christian is to be more ready to save his neighbor’s proposition than to condemn it. If he cannot save it, let him inquire how he means it; and if he means it badly, let him correct him with charity. If that is not enough, let him seek all the suitable means to bring him to mean it well, and save himself." Let us beg for the grace to do just that.
The Good Samaritan by Luca Giordano