Bishop Brennan Leads Interfaith Prayer Service to Remember Victims of Mass Shootings in Buffalo and Uvalde

June 6, 2022 | The Tablet

JAMAICA ESTATES — Bishop Robert Brennan and the Diocese of Brooklyn’s Vicariate of Black Catholic Concerns (VBCC) led an interfaith prayer service on Sunday, June 5, at Immaculate Conception Church in Jamaica Estates for victims of the recent mass shooting around the country.

“How right we are to talk about gun violence and racism,” Bishop Brennan said. “How right we are to see the human dignity of each and every one of us, made in the image and likeness of God. We unite our voices and let us proclaim the Gospel of Life amidst such violence and hatred.”

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