The Christian Science Monitor

Why mass shootings at a church are different

 Just hours after the Nov. 5 mass shooting at a Baptist church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, about a hundred people held a vigil for the victims. Some mourned, some prayed, some held candles high. To one local resident,

Anda sedang membaca pratinjau, daftarlah untuk membaca selengkapnya.

Lainnya dari The Christian Science Monitor

The Christian Science Monitor6 mnt membaca
Poland And Hungary Need People. Do More Benefits Lead To More Births?
Birthrates are down in Eastern Europe, so governments are trying to incentivize women to have more children. But their success has been limited.
The Christian Science Monitor4 mnt membaca
The Not-so-secret Life Of James Thurber
James Thurber spent his formative years in Columbus, Ohio, and the house where he lived reveals signs of the humorist’s budding creativity.
The Christian Science Monitor5 mnt membaca
Japan’s Conundrum: It Needs Foreign Workers. It Doesn’t Want Immigrants.
Japan's shrinking, graying population needs foreign workers. But immigration is a tough sell – and stopgap measures can leave migrants vulnerable.