• October 21, 2020

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Emergence to host live ‘A Day of Hope and Healing’

On Monday, August 3, the one year anniversary of the Walmart massacre, Emergence Health Network is hosting “A Day of Hope and Healing” Facebook Live event. Because of the events of August 3rd and the aftermath, Emergence Health Network and its mental health professionals are reaching out to borderland residents to help them understand trauma […]Read More

Video+Story in Many Pics: Cielo Vista Walmart reopens after August

Nearly three months after the shooting that took the lives of 22 shoppers and injured 26, the Cielo Vista Walmart reopened Thursday, November 14th. As members of the press and law enforcement looked on, shoppers slowly made their way into the remodeled store.  Cheers could be heard from the Walmart staffers inside. Some Walmart team members […]Read More

UTEP’s Day of the Dead Altar to honor August 3rd

The University of Texas at El Paso’s C.L. Sonnichsen Special Collections Department will honor the 22 people who died as a result of the mass shooting in El Paso on August 3rd at its Day of the Dead altar. “This affected so many people,” Claudia Rivers Head of Special Collections said. “We all are still […]Read More

One Fund El Paso announces locations for application help

One Fund El Paso and the National Compassion Fund have joined with agencies in El Paso and Ciudad Juarez to provide help for those applying for direct financial assistance related to the August 3 mass shooting in El Paso. Applications to One Fund El Paso may be completed online, or with the assistance of the […]Read More

Bishop Mark Seitz pens pastoral letter ‘Night will be no

Following the concluding Celebration of Mass of the Hope Border Institute’s 2019 Teach-In: Jornada por la justicia, Most Rev. Mark J. Seitz, Bishop of the Diocese of El Paso, signed and released a pastoral letter on the theme of racism and the El Paso shooting which took place on August 3rd, 2019. “The pastoral letter, entitled, […]Read More