A current Legionary, Fr Fernando Morales, has written a piece which revisits the $64K question concerning charism. A hint via Googelle:
The question is entirely legitimate, and while someone outside of the congregation may consider the response as more or less a theological curiosity with little or no consequence to his personal life, for almost 1,000 priests and other religious who have dedicated our lives to God in it, is a crucial issue. Note also that this question also extends to the whole reality of Regnum Christi, where hundreds of men and women also have completely devoted their lives...
The history of salvation is dotted with such paradoxes. Just think of the unfair way Jacob wrested the birthright from his brother Esau, and was the father of the chosen people, or the events that led to his son Joseph becoming prime minister of Pharaoh in Egypt and saving his family who would form the tribes of Israel. Joseph could tell his cruel brothers who had sold him like an animal after planning his death the amazing words, "Although you sold me, it was in order to save your lives that God sent me ahead of you" (Gen 45.4 -5). Nothing escapes God's Providence.
He is so powerful that it is able to create great good from great evil. The Church is not carried away by sterile intellectualism to judge this situation but recognizes the limits of the mind before the mysterious facts, while at the same time recognizing that beauty still exists in this wounded group that is legitimate and substantially good. And follow the famous advice of Gamaliel in the Acts of the Apostles which says, "Consider what ye intend to do with these men [ ... ] Because if this work be of men, it will fail, but if it is of God, you will not succeed in destroying them, lest you find yourselves fighting against God "(Acts 5.34 to 40 ).
Perhaps Spanish-speakers can share the salient points in the combox.