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Response to Mandalay Bay Shooting

Prayers are ascending for all in the midst of this carnage at Mandalay Bay.  When, oh when, will we begin to limit the availability of weapons of mass destruction and death?  May the souls of all the departed rest in peace, may the injured find healing, may all the responders find courage and strength, and may all of us know that God is to be found even in the midst of this evil.


You can find resources, such as prayers, liturgies and action groups here:

Gun Sense SC

Bishops United Against Gun Violence

Liturgical Resources

A Litany for Gun Violence Prevention for use in Sunday Services and full Eucharistic liturgy

Episcopal Peace Fellowship Gun Violence Prevention Action Group

Reclaiming the Gospel of Peace


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