The state of Philadelphia Archdiocese during the Vatican Summit on clergy child sex abuse reveals big problems in child protection
FatherJohn Meyers, former rector of the Malvern Retreat House, was found unsuitable for ministry in January of 2019 for a credible and substantiated allegation of the sexual abuse of a minor.
Msgr. Logrip's decades-spanning involvement with St. Aloysius Academy for Boys is missing in BOTH the 2011 and 2019 Archdiocesan removal announcements.
Survivors of child sex abuse and advocates won an important victory for justice and prevention when the New York state senate passed the Child Victims Act.
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia waited until late Friday, a dead-zone in the news cycle, to issue a revised press release about three priests removed from ministry.
Anyone capable of doing a Google search will find the Archdiocese of Philadelphia press release announcing the removal of three priests is not accurate.
More information on two of the three priests removed from ministry in the Philadelphia Archdiocese.
Three priests removed from ministry after being investigated by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Here's who and why...
One of the most common search terms that leads people to this site is the name of the laicized priest Father John Paul. It seems that many in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia still have questions concerning the John Paul case... we do, too.
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