From the written and spoken reactions of the Focolare Movement to the address Pope Francis gave to the leaders and over 300 memebers of the Assembly of the Movement (Saturday 6 February 2021), it would seem that they have not registered that he was giving them (to use their own terms) a 'purgatory', ie a reprimand, rather than the 'paradise', or praise, to which they think they are entitled.
However, in a comment to the page Transform suffering to a source of hope on focolare.org, the official site of the Movement, which gives a summary of the main points of the Pope's speech, it seems that someone really did understand what he was saying:
Gianfranco Bressi comments: 6 February 2021 22.27
'In order to carry out the words of the Pope as far as self-referentiality and transparence are concerned, I would suggest that Margaret should open a dialogue with those internal members who left the Movement slamming the door behind them.'
Even more interesting, however, would be a similar reaction on behalf of 'Olympus', or the 'Centre of the Work'.