- Dec 12, 2019
One year after the Parkland school massacre, the Catholic Church struggles to confront gun violence.
Around the country. U.S. bishops took to Twitter over the weekend to express support for the “March for Our Lives” and tighter controls on guns.
Catholic school students participated in the March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C. and cities across the U.S. in support of stronger gun safety legislation.
Students at Trinity Washington University were encouraged to keep trying to make change in gun legislation after March for Our Lives ends.
Black and Latino high school students join together in racial solidarity to participate in the March for Our Lives against gun violence.