Philly Archdiocese chose George Mitchell, allegedly involved in Epstein sex-trafficking, to oversee program for priest sex abuse victims.
If you are going to make fun of a former Archdiocese victim advocate, you might want to whisper.
Msgr. Logrip's decades-spanning involvement with St. Aloysius Academy for Boys is missing in BOTH the 2011 and 2019 Archdiocesan removal announcements.
Click here to read: "Monsignor Lynn makes case that he was wrongly convicted in Philly priest-abuse case," by Maryclaire Dale, Associated Press, DelcoTimes.com, September 17, 2013Excerpt: “I did not intend any harm to come to (Avery’s victim). The fact is, my best was not good enough to stop that harm,” Lynn said at his sentencing. … Continue reading Will Laws Prior to 2007 Allow Lynn to Walk?
by Father Christopher M. Walsh, Pastor, Saint Raymond of Penafort Church On Thursday, Archbishop Charles Chaput will be installed as the new Archbishop of Philadelphia. His arrival from Denver brings with it a history of zealous preaching and a call to genuine conversion and holiness. He is a proven communicator, a man who has led … Continue reading After All That I Now Know, How Can I Still Go to Church?
By Sister Maureen Turlish, Guest Blogger First, let me say the Archdiocesan Communications Director's comments in regard to the Philadelphia Magazine article are not worthy of response. But for those who would like to respond directly, her email is email@example.com. Those who have the print edition of Philadelphia Magazine's July issue have probably already read … Continue reading Archdiocese Behaves the Way It Does, Because It Can
Clergy sex abuse, the cover up and related issues raise so many questions. In an effort to serve our readership, Catholics4Change has assembled a panel of experts to answer queries related to their specialties. Whether your question involves PA legislation, Canon Law, archdiocesan policy, spirituality, victim support - we will do our best to get … Continue reading Panel of Experts to Answer Questions on Catholics4Change