(From New York) “I am deeply saddened by the sudden death of 10 people in the King Supers shooting in Boulder. I prayed for all the victims of this heinous act of violence. ” Archbishop Samuel J. of Denver. Aquila begins with these words in the face of the tragedy that struck her community two days ago. Seventh in a week across the United States. “While we still do not know what led to this horrific event, incidents like this are very common in our country and our state,” the archbishop continued in his statement, urging to work for “a profound change of hearts.” It makes it possible to “love God and our neighbor, strengthen the fabric of society and prevent such heinous acts of violence.”
Archbishop Aquila has a special memory of Erin Daly, a Catholic agent, “a man of strong faith, a loving father of seven children”. He says it was not a church from the church opposite the shooting scene and that the officer stopped regularly for a visit. The church is dedicated to San Martino de Borres, the bishop is handing over to the community, still waiting for the development of investigations. Today, at 5 p.m., local time, the church will offer prayer awareness for the victims. U.S. President Joe Biden has urged Congress to ban offensive weapons and use harsh measures against gun buyers, especially the press and individuals.
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