Monday, August 3, 2009

Who is Guarding the Guards?

Fr. Evaristo Sada, General Secretary of the sinking ship (Legion of Christ), is circulating a letter to all Legionaries and RC consecrated stating that their letters and emails to the Apostolic Visitators are not subject to the regular revision by superiors (opening and reading before sending) since the Visitators represent the Holy See.

Legionaries are not buying it. They know very well that superiors will do what they want with these letters and emails, and may not even send them out as they should. And they are letting Sada know about it.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

How are LCs who are not buying it planning to get their letters to the visitators? Who (or how do you know) is not buying it?

Anonymous said...

All they would have to do is ask for a few postage stamps from their superior and get permission to put the letter into a mailbox outside of the Legionary grounds. That would be the only way to ensure the the letter wasn't "lost" along the way to the post office via el Hermano encargado del correo.

jonh303 said...

how do you know any of this is true?

Anonymous said...

Hey, Mr Anonymous, You go ask those superiors for a postage stamp! We LCs who are sane have to be more oblique. "Brother, why do you want a stamp, just give it to the mail room!" Just asking for it is a sign of sedition. But the good thing is that Versaldi, so far as I heard, will spend a number of weeks here in the Roman College. We shall be heard.

Anonymous said...

jonh303: I know it's true because I am behind it. Please don´t ask for my identification. Sometimes, you just have to "trust". That's what we LCs do full time, and too much. My only motive for writing this is so that you people on the outside don´t think we are all sitting on our hands. We have great hope for this Vatican Visitation. Maybe this congregation can be torn from the hands of the Devil and his deluded superiors whom I do not hate at all, but must recognize as unhinged. Pray and know that there is an LC underground. God bless...

Anonymous said...

"LC Underground"...sounds like a band.

Anonymous said...

Hooray, an LC underground! There is hope for some of those wonderful men I am praying for so fervently! Please let your confreres in the "Underground" know there are people out here who are praying for their very souls, for the rescue of their vocations, and above all for God's will to prevail.

This is the best news I have heard in quite some time. God bless you.