Father Morris has written a book, reviewed by Deal Hudson here. (This is almost too much, esp. for Lent, but you will have to deal with your own consciences.) Evidently the priest has burned his "accounts receivable" file (meaning he's forgiven MM for deceiving him and moved on) and learned to forgive himself (atrocious theology -- one of my real pet peeves!)
It's hard to glean much from this review other than Fr Morris has nothing more to tell us about his years in the cult, other than it's a waste of time to "fixate" on failures. In that sense, he jumped ship and left the mess for others. It could be a suggestion to his con-freres to do likewise, or just a subtle exhortation to bury the harm and start whistling for happiness inside. Whatever.
UPDATE: this just in from an excellent man who chose not to write book --
I left the Legion of Christ nearly 14 years ago.An act of forgiveness of Maciel is stupid. He doesn't deserve it.What is owed is having other people forgive me. In the years since I left, I sought out various ex Legionaries who I had accused (under obedience to the vow) of breaking the private vow. I publicly apologized to diocesan seminarians who I had had a hand in trying to surreptitiously recruit for the Regnum Christi, or at least get them to be "on our side." I used Facebook to find the students that I had worked with in an LC school in another country to ask them to forgive me for using them as means to an end. I finally apologized last year to my parents for putting them through well over a decade of absence and half truths about my well-being. I apologized at the grave sites of family members who passed without my being there to comfort them.All of this, I call forgiving myself. And I haven't finished yet.It's not as easy to do as writing a book about being happy.