Twenty-six candles — one for each of the victims — flickered on the altar Friday as hundreds of grief-stricken residents gathered for a vigil in memory of the children and staff killed in a shooting rampage at a school in this Connecticut town. With the church filled to capacity, hundreds spilled outside, holding hands in circles in the cold night air and saying prayers. Others sang "Silent Nig
Connecticut Gov Dannel Malloy Speaks at Newtown School Shooting Vigil
Aleteia - published on 03/08/13 - updated on 06/07/17
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