Well, I finally had the opportunity to watch his most recent video. Just a few observations:
1. He is still encouraging people to be faithful to Jesus Christ and his Church, at least in his words.
2. His new look really doesn't seem that off beat. It seems to match his personality, and as person no longer serving as a Priest, there is really nothing wrong with what he wear reflecting his pesonality and personal tastes.
3. However, his actions do not seem to be pointing people towards the church. He knows very well how fickle some people can be, especially those who engage in hero worship. Thus, while he engages in what appears to be disobedience to the Church, he must know that such scandal will lead others into disobedience to the Church, whether or not that is his intended consequence.
Finally, I would not every want to be in his position, whether he is innocent or not. If he is guilty, then it would be awful to be drowning in such sin. If he is innocent, I would not want to experience the persecution and pain that he has experienced. That all being said, all of us are called to both sacrifice and obedience. If Fr. is innocent, Christ appears to be calling Fr. Corapi to sacrifice his ministry, at least temporarily and to submit to obedience to those in the Church to whom he should be obedient whether Fr. Corapi likes it or not. While I would not like to be in Fr.'s shoes, if he is innocent, he is being called to a sort of martyrdom which Fr. Corapi seems to be unwilling to accept. In all, he needs everyone's prayers and everyone's compassion. Each of us needs to remember to accuse ourselves as the first of sinners.