Evidently there are too many members who are questioning current events, asking for explanations. Not to worry, they are being expelled so that ranks regain their serenity.
Not without some amazement have we heard these that some women consecrated within the Regnum Christi have been "sent home" with their families, and that without their approval "have been granted dispensation from their promises of a life consecrated to God." We are specifically talking about three consecrated women residing in the city of Monterrey (Mexico). One of them, Marcela with nearly 30 years of consecrated life, another person, Lourdes has around 19 or 20 years of consecrated life, the third, Yuri is a few years younger and consecrated to God in the Regnum Christi.
Have they broken their promises? Have they caused scandals within and outside their community? Have they committed a civil offense? Have they visibly or externally undermined their love for Christ? Betrayed the Church, the Pope or his doctrine? To our knowledge, no. These women were called to account for plainly and bravely requesting clarity, and for asking awkward questions in recent years of the Movement after the scandals of its founder. And because of the lack of clarity about two communications reported by the Holy See in relation to their movement, these women, relying on their religious family, had the temerity to request explanations. What was the outcome? Now they are at home, we hope that they are attended and supported by their families, we do not know if they have it, but there is no doubt that they will be supported by the prolific and constant prayer of the Mystical Body of the Church.
Those who remain have a clear choice to make: stand with their fellow 3gf's, treated so shabbily in return for a just request, or to stand with the superiors who cannot afford the necessary transparency about current events. Nota bene: authentic reform requires honesty about existing problems. This constitutes a problem. No action plan or holy hour can fix this -- it demands integrity and accountability. Enough of the pious talk and weeping over "the Cross." Amend your way of life or face the consequences.