I haven’t “battle tested” it (not a serious musician here, just messing around for my own satisfaction) but I’ve successfully used VCV rack in Logic by setting it up as an external MIDI instrument, much as you would a physical synth.
The only extra you need is a loopback audio utility to route the sound from VCV back into Logic - either Soundflower (free) or Rogue Amoeba Loopback (commercial, and rather expensive IMHO if you just want the basic loopback functionality - they’ve added an elaborate UI, though, which may be useful if you want to combine VCV with other ‘external’ sound sources).
The ‘IAC Midi Bus’ which does the same thing for MIDI is built into MacOS.
Then, set the audio module in VCV to outpu to Soundflower/Loopback, and the MIDI module to use the IAC bus device. In logic, create a MIDI track that outputs to IAC
Meanwhile, if you’re trying to use VCV Bridge with logic, when I last tried it, I needed to go into Logic preferences and change Audio -> General -> Sample Accurate Automation to ‘off’. Otherwise, Bridge died screaming when it tried to translate parameter changes into MIDI CC messages at 96kHz…