|Rev. John D. Reardon
Summary of Case: In March, 2011, Reardon was placed on Administrative Leave by the archdiocese, along with 20 other Philadelphia priests determined to have credible allegations of sexual abuse or inappropriate behavior with minors.
Philadephia archbishop was John Joseph Krol (1961-1988)
|1977||St. Joseph the Worker||•Fallsington||PA||2/2, 2/3||St. Joseph the Worker had a school with 472-438 students.|
|1977||1982||St. Leo's||Philadephia||PA||3/5, 3/4, 2/2, 3/3||St. Leo's had a school with 731-677 students.|
|1982||1987||St. Bridget's||Philadephia||PA||4/5, 3/5||St. Bridget's had a school with 216-245 students.|
|1987||1988||St. Colman's||Ardmore||PA||2/5||Consolidated school: SS. Colman and John Neumann in Bryn Mawr.|
Krol was succeeded by Anthony Joseph Bevilacqua (1987-2003)
|1994||Nativity of Our Lord||Warminster||PA||3/4, 3/3, 2/3, 2/4||Nativity of Our Lord had a school with 668-737 students.|
|1994||2001||Seven Dolors||Wyndmoor||PA||3/3, 2/3
|Seven Dolors had a religious education beginning in 2000 (per the 2001 Directory) with 30 students.|
|1994||2011||Metropolitan Tribunal||Philadephia||PA||Defenders of the Bond|
Justin Francis Rigali replaced Bevilacqua (2003-2011)
|St. Genevieve's had a school with 228-244 students, and a religious education program with 208-169 students.|
|2003||2005||Seven Dolors||Wyndmoor||PA||This was a station of St. Genevieve's in Flourtown.|
Charles Joseph Chaput, O.F.M. succeeded Rigali (July 2011-)
|March 2011||St. John of the Cross||Roslyn||PA||1/3, 1/2, 1/1||
St. John of the Cross had a school with 227-150 students, and a religious education program with 190-175 students. The school is shown in the 2011 Directory to be part of the Good Shepherd Regional Schools in Ardsley, with 253 students.
Reardon was placed on leave in March 2011, along with 20 other priests of the archdiocese, due to credible allegations of sexual abuse or inappropriate behavior with minors.
Sources: Official Catholic Directory (New York: P.J. Kenedy and Sons, 1974-2011)
• Archdiocese of Philadelphia Places 21 Priests on Admininstrative Leave, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia, March 8, 2011