The Bolivian Jesuits published on Jesuitas.org.bo an article about the Jesuit Superior Generals who visited the country.
Among them was Father Pedro Arrupe (1907-1991) who led the order in a state of unprecedented decadence.
Arrupe visited Bolivia twice, the second time in August 1979 participating at a Cochabamba meeting with the Jesuit Studies Directors of Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, Chile, Uruguay and Argentina.
Then Father Jorge-Mario Bergoglio, the future Pope Francis, was also part of the meeting.
A picture taken at the time shows Arrupe dressed as a priest in the center, while Bergoglio is behind him at his left dressed as a layman.
Likely, Bergoglio was at the time no longer the provincial of the Argentinean Jesuits.
In Argentina Bergoglio persecuted the priests who wore cassocks.