Cardinal Velasio De Paolis delivers his homily at the Feb. 25 Mass in Rome that marked the conclusion of the Legion of Christ’s Extraoardinary General Chapter.
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ROME — The papal delegate to the Legion of Christ ended a three-year period of reform Tuesday, declaring the congregation “reconciled with themselves, with their history, with the world and the Church.”
Closing the Legion’s Extraordinary General Chapter, Cardinal Velasio De Paolis said the congregation had “looked inside themselves with a new and purified glance” and examined their current situation “in order to single out potential traces of pollution left by the founder of the Legion in their identity and action, in their legislation and way of working.”
He added that in “renewing their vocations, their self-giving to Christ and to one another, they have been freed of the burden that...READ MORE