From an alert reader:
Fr Jonathan Morris just announced he's going to incardinate in New York. His facebook page says "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."
My understanding was that he assured the 3gf's that he would never leave the Legion. Perhaps he can pay them a quick visit. Also, consider the words of Fr Thomas Williams:
Some probably had preconceived notions of what they wanted or expected from the Holy See, so it all depends on whether they got what they were hoping for. People leave for all different reasons, and they need to be respected in their decision. Religious life is always hard, and especially in a moment like this. I don't fault anyone for leaving.
Please read that carefully. He doesn't question motives, but then implies that the difficult path of staying the course is too hard for some (as though the life of diocesan priests is easy!) There is always a little scorn betrayed for those who are not strong enough, while still insisting they are not elitist or judgemental.
Wishing Fr Morris all the best and that he can find a richer priesthood on the outside. God bless you.