Seventeen months after a mass shooting at a nearby movie theater, gun violence has once more erupted in a typical Colorado neighborhood.
Baptists are among more than 50 national faith leaders urging Congress to act on measures to keep guns out of the hands of criminals and the mentally ill at the one-year anniversary of Sandy Hook.
Organizers of post-Sandy Hook event say they are ready to respond again if needed, but funding for centralized response remains elusive.
Participants in a conference for Newtown-area clergy share advice on how to preach about guns in a congregation with members on both sides of the Second Amendment debate.
Nearly five months after the Sandy Hook slayings, many caregivers still haven’t had a chance to debrief, says a Mercer counseling professor who specializes in detecting and dealing with the effects of trauma.