Archdiocese Responds to School Shooting in St. Louis

Stl Vigilsid Hastings

In the wake of the tragic shooting at Central Visual & Performing Arts High School on Monday, the Archdiocese of St. Louis is offering support to the victims and families affected by the attack. Archbishop Mitchell T. Rozanski issued a statement urging all people of goodwill to join together in prayer for all those who have been shaken by the shooting and for divine guidance as the community continues to address the dual crises of mental health and violence. Additionally, St. Margaret of Scotland Parish’s Father John Vien held a prayer vigil for both the affected families and the community at large. “By bringing our sadness, tiredness, and anger to Jesus,” Fr. Vien said, “we can find unity and hope as He calls us to action.”

October 28, 2022 - 10:01am

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