Catholics4Change, a church watchdog group, said the announcement about Logrip was long overdue but marred by the glaring omission of a non-archdiocesan Catholic school where he once worked.
“This comes a decade after a complaint wasn’t taken seriously. We hope to God no more children were harmed in that time span,” said Susan Matthews, publisher of Catholics4Change’s blog.
She noted that the six-page news release announcing the result’s of the archdiocese’s investigation did not include the fact that Logrip served as chaplain and Mass celebrant at St. Aloysius Boys School in Bryn Mawr from 1978 to the mid-90s.
Because that Catholic school is privately owned is no reason for it not to have been included among the 16 places Logrip worked that are named in the archdiocese’s news release, Matthews said.
“The archdiocese continues to omit this information in their press releases or announcements. If it had somehow managed to escape their attention, we’ve informed them. We believe it is their moral duty to inform anyone who could have been impacted,” she said.