I have modified the content of my blog to reflect what I originally set out to do: make you part of my journey and share some insights into why I’m leaving. I in no way want to express any bitterness, because I harbor none.
I am grateful, and I sincerely mean what I say, grateful to so many saintly priests and brothers I have had the honor of working with.
I in no way repent of having entered the legion and am grateful for becoming the priest I am today.
I am saddened by the suffering caused to Legionaries and the Movement member due to the life of Fr Marcial Maciel.
I am sincerely sorry and ask forgiveness of those under my care who because of me, or the advice I gave them during those years when we thought Fr Maciel was innocent, may have felt deceived, betrayed or shaken in their faith. Forgive me. I will never stop praying for you.
I repeat, and I stress my sincerity: I hold no grudges neither toward Fr Maciel, nor my present or past superiors, nor any member of the Legion or the Movement past or present.
I have begun preparing a post that will help you understand how I live without grudges. Look for it. It will be called “Luke 23:34”
Thank you for your comments. For those who commented on anger or other negative sentiments, I will respond in a post called "Luke 23:34". But for now, I don't deny experiencing negative sentiments. What I am trying to show is my way of dealing with them.