LC Behind the Scenes

Since I have been referencing the ongoing crisis with the Legion of Christ (LC), I should call attention to the latest post by Thomas Peters at the American Papist. Peters has been covering this story extensively, and, as far as I know, he was the one to actually break the story in early February, getting the scoop before the New York Times. How’s that for the power of the blogosphere!

In the linked post below, Peters gives us some insight into what is (likely) happening within the LC as they deal with this crisis and prepare to address it.

The Legion: What is Happening Behind the Scenes

If you are interested in this story, continue to frequent the American Papist blog, as no one is covering the Fr. Maciel scandal as well as Thomas Peters.

That is all on this story (at least for now). Now onto other topics!


2 Responses to “LC Behind the Scenes”

  1. 1 Isaac February 22, 2009 at 2:31 pm

    I firmly believe that what we are seeing unfolding within the LC is the work of the Holy Spirit. The truth is winning out against years of deciet and lies. I also believe that the WWW has actually helped the Church tremdously. While some may view it as the airing of dirty laundry I personally believe that our Church will be a better place now that the Holy Spirit’s sanatizing light has been shone into some very dark recesses within the LC and the Church at large. The Church is founded on good and needs to embrace the truth so that it can heal.

    Pax et Bonum!

  2. 2 Mark February 22, 2009 at 3:41 pm

    Amen, Isaac! I agree.

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