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Grouped by: Gun Violence Prevention
As of July 2022, our nation has been traumatized by 332 mass shootings. Bishop LaTrelle Easterling has released a number of statements as these shootings have continually unfolded in places like Smithsburg, MD, Uvalde, Texas...
When gun violence happens, churches are important places for people to find hope, healing, and comfort. These resources can help.