Don't mean to pile on Jim Fair again, but this post on the commissions seems to miss the point:
[T]he Participative Organizational Council (POC) intends to address how we carry out our apostolic mission in the Atlanta and New York territories. The others, one for each territory, will coordinate input from our territories for the Rome-based commission that is reviewing and revising the Legion’s constitutions.
So…we have constitution-related commissions (primarily inwardly focused) and we have improvement-related commissions (more external in focus)... And an obvious question is how the two types of commissions relate to each other and avoid duplicating efforts. Is this going to get terribly confusing? (Aren’t you getting confused by my attempted explanation?)
In my home, Chicago, we are blessed to have a very holy man named Francis Cardinal George. And whenever he talks to those of us involved in the various ecclesial/lay movements, he reminds us that our movements should address two needs: personal growth in holiness AND apostolic action in service of the Church.
The challenge is getting the right balance. To have effective apostolic action, it must be grounded in holiness. Once you are working on your holiness, it is a responsibility to engage in apostolic action.
Well, besides the fact that that's not an analogy but an attempted explanation, it seems as though it's placing the cart before the horse. How can these two things happen simultaneously when those "in the trenches" don't have (and will never have) access to the documentation that purportedly explains their charism and raison d'être? It would seem that the lay members can only concentrate on apostolic work when their prayer life and "plan of life" is orchestrated by the Movement (founded by a false prophet) which has yet to approve/revise the Constitutions.
Furthermore, to say it's a "responsibility to engage in apostolic action" begs the question -- what sort of action? So far, every action has served to fund-raise and recruit for the Movement, using the methodology (set up by the false prophet). This has been a standing contention that the busy-busy paradigm within the group overshadows any real effort to reflect and discern, but perhaps the other commissions will figure that out, and send a memo to the hard-working members. Prayers continue.