- Jul 31, 2021
The U.S. bishops share many of the same priorities with victims of the mass shooting in Parkland when it comes to gun legislation.
One year after the Parkland school massacre, the Catholic Church struggles to confront gun violence.
Black and Latino high school students join together in racial solidarity to participate in the March for Our Lives against gun violence.
Catholic schools are encouraging prayer to be an added part of National School Walkout Day in protest of gun violence.
On March 1 Bishop Dennis J. Sullivan held an unprecedented and wide-ranging meeting of student leaders from the nine Catholic high schools in the diocese to hear their concerns about school safety after the shooting in Parkland, Florida.
On Monday, the U.S. bishops released a call for concrete action on gun violence in response to last month’s Parkland school shooting.
Archbishop Thomas Wenski of Miami lamented “another act of senseless violence” in light of Wednesday’s Florida high school massacre.