Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Fr Scott Aaron, LC, explains Legion Leaving Southern Catholic College

obliged to another blogger, BEING IS GOOD, for this scoop where you will actually see and hear the Padre explain why the Legion is leaving the college.

Fr, a Legionary, speaks as if the Legion were some kind of separate entity from himself...

Friday, May 7, 2010

Fr. Jonathan Morris Leaves [officially]

Father-Jonathan Morris

I’ve discerned I’m not called to dedicate my priesthood to the “profound revision", "purification, and "redefinition” of the Legion of Christ the Holy Father has wisely ordered. Archbishop Dolan has invited me to start the Incardination process into the Archdiocese of New York. I won’t have further comments at this time.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Steve Skojec Slams the Door on Maciel, Regnum and Legion

On his blog this former RC member slams Maciel and other Leaders of  Legion and Regnum

Sample quote:


The statement also makes a severe and unprecedented judgment of the "system of relationships" constructed around Maciel, of the "silence of the entourage," of the "mechanism of defense" of his disgraceful life.

Writing that "most of the Legionaries were unaware of this life," the statement implicitly affirms that some of them did know about it.

So there will be no indulgence for the "system of power" that closed ranks around Maciel before and after his death, meaning the current central and territorial leaders of the Legion.

In particular, it is completely unrealistic to think that the ax might spare the two supreme leaders, director general Álvaro Corcuera and vicar general Luís Garza Medina.

The latter of these, until now the real man in charge of the Legion from the financial point of view, has done everything possible over the past few weeks to position himself as a new Talleyrand, capable of remaining in the saddle even in the Thermidor, after having supported the Terror.