The good news is that a vast majority support the archbishop's decision, and are apparently happy to move on.
The bad news is they need donations to start a new life - I find it curious that the corporation/foundation that 'operated/owned' them isn't held responsible for their welfare.
"Those who wish to support approximately fifty of the former members who are now being cared for by the Archdiocese of Omaha can send donations for this specific purpose to: Intercessor Relief, c/o Archdiocese of Omaha, 100 N. 62nd St., Omaha, NE 68132. Checks should be made payable to the "Archdiocese of Omaha" with a notation made in the memo field for "Intercessor Relief."
Top photo: The fashion industry rushes clothing to the former community members. Fashion guru Tim Gunn started the emergency airlift saying, "We've got to get those poor souls out of that habit!" In an interview Gunn suggested that interventions such as these may be planned for the Amish, Bruderhoffs, and some fundamentalist Mormon communities as well. (JK)